A series of hyperrealistic paintings by Spanish artist Pedro Campos who uses oil on canvas to recreate still life objects of our everyday lives. With no digitization, these impressive artworks look even better than photographs. Enjoy!
It really makes you think about how much humans have achieved as a species.. These paintings are absolutely amazing! He must have some patience!
Truly awesome artistic ability! These amazing artwork are way even better than photography.
His talent for hyperrealism is great. I just cannot figure out why he would use the subjects he does. There must be something more interesting to paint with his skills.
I can see why Pedro has chosen these subjects and materials. Even though I am not a painter but i do apreciate art I know that there are three things which are immensiely difficult to recreate (properly) one is mirror like reflections such as the foil paper used, the other is glass and the third one is semi opaque materials such as the plastic bags.WOW! simplly breath stopping. Fantastic attention to detail!!
i can’t believe this is painting..
What if he’s a troll?
The obvius question is:
What does a blown up view look like?
It could be a photo printed on giclee-canvas
Amazing, so impressed!
how long would it take for a painting?
The quality of paintings is simply amazing. They almost look like real photographs! Great work.
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