Realistic boards by Ivan Hu

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Singaporean artist Ivan Hu set a goal to maximize the realism of his drawings. As the canvas for paintings he uses a wooden plank. Pastel paints, and done so well that sometimes you can not immediately clear is it the real object, or painted.

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Very extensive painting

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Artist Justin Geffri spares no colors on his masterpieces. Lack of arts education does not stop Justin Geffri to create images that are very popular. Renowned chef and restaurant owner, began painting in 2001. Since then the artist tried a variety of techniques.

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Food disguised as other food

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Japanese painter illusionist Hikaru Cho is known for his stunning 3D-images on the human body. A new project is dedicated to all of us familiar food that he painted so that they become indistinguishable from other products.

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Tongue painting

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One Indian artist Ani K saw one of his colleagues drawing a picture with his feet. Then he also decided to choose some original way of expression. He tried to use as a brush with his nose, ears and other body parts, but stopped on the tongue. Ani mixes paint in the mouth, but sometimes uses the easel. The creation of a single work lasts three or four days.

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Shadow art by Larry Kagan

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American artist Larry Kegan creates original compositions of steel, light and shadow. “The shadow is created by this mess of stuff,” he said.The works of Kagan play on the contrast between objects and their shadows. A set of tangled cables apparently formless but fitted with accuracy, place under the light of a reflector, trace a definite sign and recognizable.

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