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Photo Realism (Early 1960)

The name Photorealism (also known as Hyperrealism or Superrealism) was coined in reference to those artists whose work depended heavily on photographs, which they often projected onto canvas allowing images to be replicated with precision and accuracy. 70 more words

Arts And Visual Aesthetics

Art: Hyperrealism

It’s called HYPERREALISM, at first glance you could think there are photographs in front of you. Today we’re going to give some authors, and show you their works. 154 more words

Petit Voyage

Miguel Angel Nunez - Hyperrealistic Still Life

Not a photo!

The hyperrealistic painter Miguel Angel Nunez shows us his technical abilities through these awesome artworks. I love the simple compositions and the clever use of everyday objects.


Turning Impressionism Into Hyperrealism

This amusing series of ads reveal an unexpected side to famous artworks – one that’s totally different when you’re wearing glasses. Advertising agency Y&R: Paris created them for the France-based eyewear retailer Keloptic, and they demonstrate how the right pair of spectacles can put a blurred image into focus. 31 more words