Hyperrealist art began in 1970 with drawings identical to photographs and in 2000 came to be recognized as a movement and artistic genre in Europe and the United States.


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But when we talk about realism we mean that it even confuses real people with real, and to show a little better this art for you, we separate some incredible works that have already been exposed by the world.

The Kid

Image credits: www.thekid.fr

Image credits: www.thekid.fr

Image credits: www.thekid.fr

Ron Mueck

Image credits: www.facebook.com

Image credits: www.facebook.com

Evan Penny

Image credits: www.evanpenny.com

Image credits: www.evanpenny.com

Marc Sijan

Image credits: www.youtube.com

Image credits: www.youtube.com

Jamie Salmon

Image credits: www.avatarsculptureworks.com

Image credits: www.avatarsculptureworks.com

Kazuhiro Tsuji

Image credits: kazustudios.com

Image credits: kazustudios.com

Jordu Schell

Image credits: www.jorduschell.com

Image credits: www.jorduschell.com

Image credits: www.jorduschell.com

Sam Jinks

Image credits: www.samjinks.com

Image credits: www.samjinks.com

Carole Feuerman

Image credits: www.carolefeuerman.com

Image credits: www.carolefeuerman.com

Thomas Kuebler

Image credits: tskuebler.com

Image credits: tskuebler.com

Noé Serrano

Image credits: www.facebook.com

Image credits: www.facebook.com

Rick Baker

Image credits: twitter.com

Image credits: twitter.com

Image credits: twitter.com

Steve Scotts

Image credits: www.facebook.com

Image credits: www.facebook.com

Patricia Piccinini

Image credits: www.instagram.com

Image credits: www.instagram.com