COOL, so I guess my PlayDough sculptures don't mean anything to anyone?
Can you guess which of these is NOT a photo?
These incredible works of art will have you questioning your eyes.
Chris LaPorte found a small, old, faded, and somewhat blurry photo he found in his mother’s basement and decided to draw it... The result is spectacular.
Some amazing portrayals of food by an array of artists with very different styles. [Note: Looks like we got through that whole description without remarking that these paintings look "good enough to eat." Thank God for that.]
This guy can draw pretty well, I guess. Scottish artist Paul Cadden uses graphite and chalk to create these meticulously detailed portraits.
A small sampling of some of the amazing oil paintings produced by artist Jeremy Geddes. You can see loads more of his work here.
Swedish painter Linnea Strid made these incredibly realistic oil paintings of her everyday life, and they're wonderful. Full gallery and links here.
Sarah Harvey makes incredible paintings of people swiming underwater. The ripples create beautiful abstract shapes with the models' bodies. (You can see a lot more of her work here.)
Gregory Thielker is an hyperealistic painter who specializes in the distorted view you have from the inside of a car when it’s raining outside. More of his amazing work here.
Hyperealistic 3D artists can create beautiful places and creatures, but sometimes they just make me want to go blind. Via
Ron Mueck is an Australian hyperrealist sculptor working in the United Kingdom. He could give this guy a run for his money.