Tag Archives: Realistic

Realistically Detailed Animals on Stones by Akie Nakata

Self-described “stone artist” Akie Nakata paints outstanding realistic and detailed animal depictions on the surface of stones. “My stone art is collaborative work with stones, bits of this Earth we live on. I never alter the shape of the stone … Continue reading

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Elaborate Hand-Painted Persian Carpets by Jason Seife

In this series of paintings, Miami-based artist Jason Seife deftly renders the intricate patterns of old Persian carpets with a mixture of acrylic and ink. While the paintings utilize familiar motifs in rug design like leaves and geometric shapes, Seife … Continue reading

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Patrick Commecy Brings City Walls to Life

French street artist Patrick Commecy (with his team) uses trompe-l’œil to bring city walls to life. This technique, that was popular during the Baroque period, focuses on depicting realistic imagery and creating optical illusions of three dimensional objects. Commency has designed and produced … Continue reading

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Japanese Realistic Fake Food Bookmarks

These 2-dimensional realistic fake food bookmarks are sold through the quirky online shop Tokyo Kitsch. They come in 8 different varieties with each looking more lifelike than the next. Twitter / Facebook via [spoon-tamago]  

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Live Leaf Tattoos by Rit Kit

“I’m a nature lover, so most of my sketches are related to flora,” Ukrainian tattooer Rit Kit explains. “But the more I drew, the more I wanted something fresh and native, to feel the plants without any steps in between.” … Continue reading

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Hyperrealistic Oil Paintings by Yrjö Edelmann

“Yrjo Edelmann (born in 1941) is one of Sweden’s best-known artists< abroad. His breakthrough was in 1993 when he was the second Swede ever, after the glass designer Bertil Vallien, to be one of the artists in the famous Absolut … Continue reading

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Dennis Wojtkiewicz’s Fruit Paintings

“I have been working on a series of images featuring large-scale slices of fruit. When I began these paintings, I was interested in what the inside of the fruits revealed. The seeds and veins, and the translucent flesh and color … Continue reading

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The Ethereal Hyperrealistic Oil Paintings by Philip Munoz

Anticipation (oil on canvas) 80 x 58cm Philip Munoz lives and works in Bristol. He graduated in Biochemistry from the University of Bristol in 2002, an unusual path for such a talented self-taught painter, whose work is centered on the … Continue reading

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The Graphite Portraits by Thomas Cian

Milan-based artist Thomas Cian is a talented illustrator with a specialization in graphite portrait art. Behance / Facebook via [illusion.scene360]

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Incredibily Detailed Drawings No Bigger Than A Pencil

Austrian student and artist Johanna Lehner (aka @jackdevilart) creates these incredibily detailed monochromatic drawings that are no bigger than a pencil.  Facebook / Instagram / Deviantart

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