Friday, August 10, 2012


              Hyperrealism is a genre of painting and sculpture that has an effect similar to that of high-resolution photo. The hyperrealism is an evolution of photorealism, and the term was used to describe an artistic movement that was born in the United States and Europe around 2000.

               This style makes the work almost identical to a photograph or a scene from reality. The hyper-real works by presenting a detailed accuracy of details, can cause the effect of illusion, causing doubts whether it is real or not.

              It's a technical that requires very dedication of the artist like mastery of light and shade, very patience  and a  keen observation, we can not lose any detail.