Incredible work from artists around the world will surprise you in a good way

There are very few incredible artists around the world that possess abilities which break all the boundaries of what we thought is impossible. No matter what their medium is, whether its oil or acrylic paints, charcoal, ball point pens or just a plain pencil, they can produce fascinating still life images which are literally impossible to distinguish from photographs. With their persistence and talent, these artists have created something that is far more impressive than a simple photocopy. These artists potraits are the real window into an alternative world, shaped by the vision of the world.

Have a look at these exquisite potraits of the top most incredible artists around the world; it’s so real that you won’t believe your eyes.

Diego Fazio

These Artists incredible canvases are the real window into an alternative world!

Diego Fazio’s work is like an ink-jet printer, he has started his drawing from one side of the page and moving steadily across it. He works with a simple pencil and charcoal. It takes him around 200 hours to complete one composition.

 

Gregory Thielker

Gregory Thielker

Gregory Thielker creates this ’rainy’ painting using watercolours and oil paints smeared with his fists. Looking at his paintings, you’re reminded of traveling in a car on a cold wet day.

 

Omar Ortiz

Omar Ortiz

Through this painting of Omar, he shows his ability to convey colour, light and shade so incredibly that it has become his trademark. He has an inherent ability to reproduce perfectly every line and curve on the human body.

 

Robin Eley

Robin Eley

Robert is a london-based artist who creates large-scale, realistic paintings with oil. He often obscures a model’s lack of clothes with a translucent plastic cover, to create an elegant effect.

 

Kamalky Laureano

Kamalky Laureano

Kamalky Laureano is a talented Dominican artist. He applies a technique of painting with acrylic paints on canvas. For Laureano, a painting is not simply a copy of a photograph, but a reflection of life itself.