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Hyperrealistic Animals Created by Painting on Layers of Resin

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I saw this and it blew my mind…

Even when you get your head around how Keng Lye produces these intricate works of art, you’ll still wonder how he does it…

Full story and more example at  My Modern Met

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Anamorphic Illusions by Felice Varini

Felice Varini creates these awesome Anamorphic Illusions – basically images in 3D space that only look ‘right’ when you view them from the perfect angle.

I can’t even begin to work out how he does it. Plenty more examples and details over at InspirationFeed

Amazing Sculptures made from used tyres

Yong Ho Ji creates these astonishing sculptures by working with strips of rubber from used tyres (or tires if you’re in the US) over stainless steel frames.

He manages to capture an incredible sense of movement and detail in his works. I’ve only got room for a small selection here but there’s a much larger collection over at Abduzeedo.com or on the artist’s own site which is a bit fiddly to navigate but really shows off the depth of his work.

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Mark Evans scratches his artwork into leather with a big knife

Mark Evans uses a selection of knives and sharp implements to scratch and carve incredibly detailed artworks into enormous sheets of leather.

There’s a great overview of his work here on Abduzeedo and Mark’s own site can be found here

 

Fantastic Retro 2001 A Space Odyssey Posters

Here’s a couple of beautiful vintage mock ads by Justin Van Genderen.

You can see more of Justin’s work over on his Flickr photostream. There’s also links there if you’d like to buy them as prints…

Guido Daniele’s amazing hand paintings

You’ve got to check out Guido Daniele’s awesome work.

He paints and poses hands to create incredible photographs. I’ve seen this done before but never so well.

Lots more here.

Juan Osborne’s Word pictures

Juan Osborne makes amazing pictures out of words…

…which you don’t really appreciate until you visit his web site and zoom in on some of his examples…

Excellent stuff. Plenty more at Juan Osborne.

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