German artist Dirk Dzimirsky digs deep when he tackles a portrait. With just pencil and paper, Dzimirsky attempts to portray “not only the physical attributes, but more importantly the subject’s inner presence of life.” These stunning hyperrealistic drawings are so detailed, it’s often difficult not to think you’re staring at a photograph. Dzimirsky goes on to describe is technique as “both representational and lyrical, using marks like words and textured areas like paragraphs” to tell a story. Check out some equally incredible realistic works here and here.
[…] skill involved. We’re so taken with this type of art, we’ve featured it several times before (here and here and here and here). This time, it’s the work of Singapore-based artist Ivan Hoo. What […]