I’m having a hard time wrapping my head around the fact that this was painted using fingerprints on an iPad. Kyle Lambert is the very talented artist behind this photorealistic image of Morgan Freeman. Just watch it and prepare to be in awe.
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What we have for you here today are some truly amazing hyperrealistic paintings done by Jason De Graaf.
These paintings present a depth that is simply absurd. from the inverted reflections to the mirroring of the surrounding environment, and the outrageous accuracy in colors. This is what truly exhibit and create completely different dimensions in his works.
Jason de Graaf uses acrylic paints to craft these works of art and more of his works are available here. But many other artists use differing forms of media to create their masterpieces, like these done in pen.
He makes a few subtle shoutouts to the “Grandfather of trippy inward and outward reflectionism” M.C. Escher, who was famous for many many works of renowned art from “Hands Drawing Hands”, to his “Self Portrait”. Therefore I’m going to go out on a limb and say it’s safe to assume Jason draws a lot inspiration from Escher and his works.
Jason de Graaf’s ability to perceive light and transfer it / correlate it to a color of usable paint is seriously unique and extraordinary. Learn more about Jason and his work at his blog.
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