We've seen scads of hyperrealistic paintings that trick our minds—but what about brain-befuddling sculptures? Meet Australian hyperrealist sculptor, Ronald "Ron" Mueck, who uses silicone and mixed media to create shockingly lifelike figures.
Hyperrealist painting is nothing new. Derived from photorealism in the 70s, this early aughts art movement aims to turn actual photographs into paintings. These are extraordinary examples by a young Italian painter, Roberto Bernardi. His command of oil painting defies belief.Another "work in progress".