The Incredible Hyperrealistic Acrylic Paintings by Jason de Graaf

Yes, these are actually acrylic paintings “that are so precisely detailed, with life-like colors, perfect shadows and incredible reflections, that one’s left scratching their head in total disbelief.”

The crazy meticulous artist is canadian Jason de Graaf, and as he states, “My paintings are about staging an alternate reality, an illusion of verisimilitude on the painted surface. I try to use objects as a vehicle to express myself, tell a story or least hint at something beyond what is actually painted. Therefore I try to choose objects that have meaning to me or are artifacts from my life.”


via mymodernmet

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