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Outstanding realistic wall paintings

Outstanding realistic wall paintings

Yesterday, these images landed in my inbox. It’s hard to believe that someone can create such outstanding art and that too on walls. Absolutely brilliant work!

Realistic wall painting

Realistic wall painting woman

Wall art woman

Realistic painting on wall man

Woman wall art

Brilliant wall painting

Wall painting realistic

Artist creating realistic art walls

I especially love the way the shadows have been built into the paintings which results a sort of 3D effect and hence the realism. I also like the choice of expressions on the different people in the wall paintings. They give a organic feel to the wall art. Can’t blame the passersby if they stopped to smile at the beautiful girl, right?

Calling all mayors – adorn your city walls with these realistic paintings.

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  • London Accountant on June 25th, 2012 12:58 pm

    These are amazing. I can barely believe that those aren’t just live models photographed against a wall!

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