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Photorealistic Paintings by Mitch Griffiths

Inspired by the light and composition of Old Masters paintings, but concerning 21st-century British society, Mitch Griffiths oil paintings are a symbolic statement for the “transient and throwaway nature” of contemporary culture. Rehab Born in Nuneaton in 1971, his passion … Continue reading

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Christopher Fisher Oil Paintings

Christopher Fischer is a painter and a concept artist from New York, who has worked for 2D Animated Televisions Shows and Games since 2007. I just want to show you some excerpts of his very special Oil Paintings that basically … Continue reading

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Joe Turek

The basis for my work is in scientific imagery. Science explores the natural world and deconstructs its inner workings. I reconstruct those images as a celebration and exploration of their various possible non-empirical meanings or associations. http://www.joeturek.com

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flesh•ly – a visceral study of the body by Gillian Toh

excerpt of “flesh•ly – a visceral study of the body” by incredibly talented Gillian Toh http://www.gildebeest.tumblr.com or http://www.behance.net/gilt

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Josh Keys Illustration

“Josh Keyes’ style is reminiscent of the diagrammatic vocabulary found in scientific textbook illustrations that often express through a detached and clinical viewpoint an empirical representation of the natural world. Assembled into this virtual stage set are references to contemporary … Continue reading

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Knate Myers Photography

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Knate Myers lives in Albuquerque, NM. He is a self taught photographer and spends most of his free time shooting photos, obviously.

“Last year I discovered astro and timelapse photography. It was then that I decided to stop doing weddings and other paid jobs and simply focus on making art.”

“I try to photograph in such a way that the results have just a slight twist from the ordinary. I want my photos to look the way I see them in my head. –
“Photography is the expression of imagination, not the duplication of reality”. “

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Hyperrealistic – The Art of Jeremy Geddes

Jeremy Geddes (also known as Jem or Jez) is an artist living and working in Melbourne, Australia. He studied painting in the early 90s and worked in video games as an art director. 2003 Jeremy returned to painting full time … Continue reading

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What percentage of the human body is composed of water?

A human body is composed of 72% water: Children – 75% (water/total body weight) Young men – 55-60% Young women – slightly less (due to higher fat) Obese and Elderly – As little as 45% But, no. I do not … Continue reading

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The Kaibo Zonshinzu Anatomy Scrolls

The Kaibo Zonshinzu Anatomy Scrolls that were painted in 1819 by a Kyoto-area physician named Yasukazu Minagaki (1784-1825), consist of beautifully realistic, if not gruesome, depictions of scientific human dissection. These realistic illustrations show blood and other fluids leaking from … Continue reading

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