27 Hyper Realistic Artworks To F*ck With Your Mind!


Although some art is meant to stress its detachment from reality, hyperrealism practically erases this line. Pictures and sculptures, created by hyper realist artists, will look no different from a high resolution picture, making it hard to believe this was created using such regular tools as pencils or ballpoint pens.

Lee Price - Oil on linen

Paul Cadden - Small drawing pencil on paper

Rafal Bujnowski - Black and white paint

“Bujnowski painted a photo-realistic self-portrait in black and white, had it photographed and enclosed the picture as his official photo in the U.S.A. visa application form. The consulate workers failed to notice the manipulation and, eventually, the artist received a passport with a replica of his own painting.”

Gregory Thielker - Oil on canvas

Omar Ortiz - Oil on linen

Kamalky Laureano - Acrylic on canvas

Ron Mueck - Sculpture, mixed materials

Photo © Thomas Salva

Photo © Gautier Deblonde

Ben Weiner - Paintings of paint

Christina K - Drawing on tinted brown paper

Kim Ji-hoon - Pencil

Ray Hare - Acrylic painting on canvas


Alyssa Monks - Oil on linen

Pedro Campos - Oil on canvas

Daisy - Charcoal

Dirk Dzimirsky - Graphite on paper

Thomas Arvid - Limited edition Giclée on canvas

Samuel Silva - Ballpoint pen

Paul Cadden - Small drawing pencil on paper

Robin Eley - Oil on Belgian linen

Gottfried Helnwein - Oil and acrylic on canvas

Bryan Drury - Oil on wood

Franco Clun - Pencils on watercolor paper

Kelvin Okafor - Graphite pencils


Amy Robins - Colored pencil on cartridge paper

Based on a photograph by Benoit Pallé

Mike Bayne - Oil on wood panel

Robert Longo - Charcoal on mounted paper

Diego Fazio - Charcoal pencil

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