Dutch artist Tjalf Sparnaay is one of the leading names in the world of hyperrealism, and from these images, you can see why. He’s been working on his art style, which he calls Megarealism, since 1987 and focuses on trivial, everyday topics. “My paintings,” says Sparnaay, “are intended to enable the viewer to experience reality once again, to rediscover the essence of the object that has become so common.” We think his food images are the most impressive, and the detail he puts in to paintings of burgers, fries, and roast dinners is absolutely spectacular. His paintings are usually enormous, and he packs in a huge amount of detail into his giant works of art. His food art is so realistic, it’ll definitely have your stomach rumbling!