Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Photorealism - Hyperrealism

Họa sĩ Roberto Bernardi, sinh năm 1974, người Italy đã tạo ra nhiều tác phẩm nghệ thuật khiến người xem khó có thể nhận ra chúng là hình được thực hiện bằng tay.

Roberto học vẽ từ nhỏ. Đến năm 1993, anh chuyển đến Rome và bắt đầu sự nghiệp vẽ tranh siêu thực Photorealism.

Photorealism cho phép chụp ảnh trước để lấy mẫu rồi dựa vào đó để tạo ra những tác phẩm giống hệt bên ngoài cuộc sống.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Photorealism

Telephone Booths (1968), Oil on canvas. Example of photorealist Richard Estes work. Richard Estes is considered to be the leading artist of the movement.

Ralph's Diner (1982), Oil on canvas. Example of photorealist Ralph Goings' work.
Crystal dish with melons (1999), a hyperrealistic painting by Mauro David (1949–2007)
http://designyoutrust.com/wp-content/uploads6/photorealistic2.jpgPaul Lung – an Hong Kong graphic artist who will spend on average a solid 60 hours on each sketch to achieve his terrifying level of photorealistic art. His work is rather like that of Juan Francisco Casas who also draws everything to high degree of realism (although personally not quite as much as Paul) and in ballpoint pen rather than Paul who tools himself with nothing more than a 0.5mm technical pencil to do the job, drawing anything and everything, from his family and friends to cats. His highly detailed work has been written about in newspapers like The Sun and Telegraph. See more of his hyperreal art at www.paullung.deviantart.com.Here's a quickie (but a goodie), some art by a selection of the most photorealistic artists out there right now. None of these are photos, they are all hand drawn, some with ballpoint pen, by some of the most accurate and most likely obsessive compulsive creative minds out there. I think the fact I even have to warn you that none of these are photos is a good sign that they're the best in their field. Still you decide for yourself, who knows you might even think I'm yanking your chain when you see these, but honest guv, they'e all 100% legit…

Paul Lung – an Hong Kong graphic artist who will spend on average a solid 60 hours on each sketch to achieve his terrifying level of photorealistic art. His work is rather like that of Juan Francisco Casas who also draws everything to high degree of realism (although personally not quite as much as Paul) and in ballpoint pen rather than Paul who tools himself with nothing more than a 0.5mm technical pencil to do the job, drawing anything and everything, from his family and friends to cats. His highly detailed work has been written about in newspapers like The Sun and Telegraph. See more of his hyperreal art at www.paullung.deviantart.com.

Here's a video showcasing his work…

Paul Lung
Paul Lung
Paul Lung

Stephen Shub is another amazing hyperreal artist, here's what he has to say… "I don't have a resume of prestigious awards I've won or one-man gallery shows. What I do have, is a portfolio of work that was created under the most difficult conditions of my 59 years. I'm proud of my work. It's the culmination of everything I've ever learned, and I can honestly say that it's a true reflection of who I am."

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Doug Bloodworthwww.dougbloodworth.com – is a self-confessed Western Art nut, I mean that as in the Old West, cowboys and indians, as opposed to the Western hemisphere. Anyhow fortunately he also has a love for Pop Art and ultra realistic paintings. Check these out:

Doug Bloodworth Doug Bloodworth

Diego Gravinese
is another hyperrealist with an incredible knack for realistic and ultra detailed paintings. His site isn't really ready yet but there's plenty more to see at his Flickr page.

Diego Gravinese Diego Gravinese

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