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Hyperrealistic Oil Paintings

Hyperrealistic Oil Paintings

Kip Omolade is an American artist from Harlem, New York, with a background in graffiti art and a BFA from Manhattan’s School of Visual Arts. His latest series, Diovadiova Chrome, is a sequence of hyperrealistic oil paintings depicting massive chrome...

Misty Watercolours | Elicia Edijanto

Misty Watercolours | Elicia Edijanto

There’s something eerie about these dark, misty watercolour paintings by Indonesian artist Elicia Edijanto, but we think you’re going to love them. The painter loves to show the relationships between man and beast, and particularly likes representing the innocence of...

Paper Painting | Albin Talik

Paper Painting | Albin Talik

  We can hardly believe that these artworks are made from paper. Polish artist Albin Talik uses a technique he calls “paper painting” to create pieces which look like oil paintings but are in fact collages made up of thousands of...

USA Sign Paintings | Kellie Talbot

USA Sign Paintings | Kellie Talbot

Kellie Talbot is a quintessentially American artist, and her work reflects her love of her country. She paints using oils and creates these incredibly realistic images of traditionally American signs, complete with neon lights, lightbulbs, rust and damage. She’s inspired...

Outings | Julien de Casabianca

Outings | Julien de Casabianca

This is truly street art like no other. French artist Julien de Casabianca has made it his mission to “free” the anonymous subjects of famous paintings currently trapped in galleries around the world. He chooses portraits which are less recognisable...

Melted Portraits | Brian Donnelly

Melted Portraits | Brian Donnelly

These “melted” portraits are the work of Canadian artist Brian Donnelly, who uses hand sanitizer and turpentine to make the colours of his portraits run into colourful streams. His pieces add a vulnerability to his work, and make you focus...

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