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Fresh hyperrealistic portraits of beautiful women by Harding Meyer

Contemporary Brazilian artist Harding Meyer – featured previously – has unleashed a fresh series of hyperrealistic, large-scale portraits of beautiful women. Entitled The Others, he will be exhibiting his latest series at the Galerie Voss in Düsseldorf this autumn.

Alexa Meade paints portraits on the human body that turn real life people into seemingly 2D works of art

"In some ways, artist Alexa Meade is a traditional figure painter. But she works on an unusual canvas: the actual human body. And she takes a classical concept — trompe l'oeil, the art of making a two-dimensional representation look three-dimensional — and turns it on its head. Her aim is to do the opposite, to collapse depth and make her living models into flat pictures."

Realistic Paintings Of Swimmers

An artist has brought his paintings of swimmers to life by posing with them playfully, giving the illusion that he is about to dive into the water. Gustavo Silva Nuñez, an artist based in Valencia, Venezuela, creates incredibly lifelike paintings of people swimming in water, his use of light and reflections making them appear three-dimensional. To add to the realism, he poses next to the paintings in strikingly interactive ways, making it look as though he is grabbing…

Illustrations by Elly Liyana Ruslan

Illustrator Elly Liyana Ruslan's artworks are fragments of her personal thoughts and memories combined to form a reflection of something intimate yet openly displayed. Her drawings are filled with various thoughts and dreams in broken pieces that portray different chapters of her life.

Geometric Paintings by Okuda San Miguel

Vigorous paintings are combining multicolored geometric structures with organic shapes, animals, and bodies without identity by Madrid-based multidisciplinary artist Okuda San Miguel. The geometric shapes consisting of multicolored triangles, circles, and rhomboids blended with organic forms could be categorized as a Pop Surrealism with its essence from street art.

Aqua: Beautiful hyperrealistic paintings of bathing women by Reisha Perlmutter

In her series Aqua, American artist Reisha Perlmutter paints the most hyperrealistic images of beautiful bathing women. With their heads underwater, eyes closed and bubbles sprouting from their nostrils – each painting brings to mind that feeling of weightlessness and peace, as we submerge ourselves below the surface and time stands still.

This Self-Taught 19-Year-Old Creates The Most Terrifying Makeup Looks

Prepare to be utterly terrified by Saida Mickeviciute's creepy makeup creations. Drawing inspiration from classic horror movies, she uses both makeup and prosthetics to create looks that will freeze your blood. “My inspiration mostly comes from horror movies or from my favorite producer Tim Burton…it takes me around one or two hours to complete one piece,” she says.