The latest in our roster of favorite hyperrealistic artworks are the masterpieces of an American artist who makes eye-catching portraits by painting them in layers. Read on to find out what we mean and be amazed!
It’s probably no surprise that we love all the stunning, jaw-dropping, and sometimes mind-boggling hyperrealistic and photorealistic artworks we’ve been coming across cyberspace. From the incredibly detailed drawings and paintings of owls, pastries, haunting scenes, everyday objects, crumpled magazine pages, to photographic styles like bokehs and double exposures — we thought we’ve seen it all. But, here comes the work of American painter Joshua Suda, who adds a twist to his hyperrealistic work.
As you can see in the examples above, Joshua creates his portrait paintings in layers. We love how he uses various styles to create the effect, such as ripped photographs showing a different layer underneath or punctured boxes and torn paper with faces or appendages popping and peeking out of them.
Don’t forget to check out Joshua Suda's Artwork Gallery to see more of his stunning work!
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