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Jean-Francois Rauzier

Jean-Francois Rauzier makes hyperreal digital urban “utopias” and nature scenes that are utterly mesmerizing to look at.

In 2002, he created the “Hyperphoto”, a concept which enables him to deal with the impossible: to combine both infinitely big and infinitely small things in one same image, out of time. 123 more words


Painting Progress -Ice Cream:

Slowly I’m going through scoop by scoop of ice cream, the mint is pretty much done, the chocolate is almost, and I just started on the vanilla strawberry and whipped topping.  37 more words


Ice Cream Painting Progress:

Here’s the latest progress on my Ice Cream acrylic painting.  I’m fighting with the texture of the chocolate ice cream but i’m winning.  Still lots of work left on the bowl.  12 more words


Kei Meguro - Pop Hyperrealism


The Japanese illustrator Kei Meguro transforms fashion portraits into elegant pop style artworks. I love the combination between the classic pencil drawing and the use of a bright color.


Progress on Ice Cream Painting:

I’ve been working on this piece for not two weeks yet.  Hoping to finish the chocolate soon then start on the next scoop.
Acrylic paint.


Time Lapse painting video - "Day Old"

Here is a glimpse into my working methods.  This painting took me around 90 hours all together and here you see that work condensed into about 2 minutes.   17 more words

Work in progress - woman in water - part 1

Right now I am working on a new painting of a woman swimming.
I shot the reference-photo here at home last summer.
This one is 36″ x 21″ or 92 x 54 cm and painted on canvas. 113 more words