Self-taught Singaporean artist creates unbelievably realistic art on plywood

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Look at the two Starbucks cups above. Can you tell which one is real and which one is a creation of colored pencils, pastels and ink? If not for a tiny bit hanging off the edge of the wood, we’d have been hard-pressed to choose.

This is the incredibly realistic work of Singaporean artist Ivan Hoo.

Hoo, who is self-taught, says he “loves to draw realistic art or artworks that tease the eyes and the brain.”

Consider our brains teased, sir.

found on rocketnews24

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~ by Colorful Soul on 02/25/2015.

One Response to “Self-taught Singaporean artist creates unbelievably realistic art on plywood”

  1. Wow! That is an amazing artist! Explicit details does bring the pictures to life!

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