Below incredibly realistic everyday objects are drawn by Italian artist Marcello Barenghi who only uses a standard set of art supplies (colored pencils and occasional enhancements using markers or watercolor) to reproduce the likeness of everyday items, including anything from a bag of chips or bottle of whiskey to a crumpled up banknote. Barenghi’s work goes beyond just seeming realistic, they appear almost three dimensional and make people wonder what they’re actually looking at. Barenghi runs a YouTube channel where he documents the process of almost every drawing.
“Coffee Art” isn’t something new in Japan. Not matter it is 3D Cute Foamy Sculptures or 2D Anime Swirl Art, those Japanese artists are really good at playing with formy milk and create stunning latte art. Today, we will introduce you another set of amazing latte art “Latte Cat”, spotted by Twitter user @dongurinekobei. These extremely-detailed cat drawings showcase subtle changes in shading, glints in the felines’ eyes, and remarkably thin whiskers, which is definitely not something you can expect from your coffee. It is just so real that you don’t even want to destory it by sipping the coffee.
Using various pencils, pens, watercolors, and inks, New York based artist Karla Mialynne draws amazing hyper realistic illustrations that make you have wonder whether you’re looking at a photo or a painting. The rich variations in color and the incredible details are completely amazing. You might even want to touch the feather of bird and fur of mouse since they looks so soft. Due to the high demand of knowing how Mialynne created these amazing painting, she started aligning the tools she uses directly next to the images that she creates to give user a better understanding. Take a look at what we presented here and you can find more on her instagram page.
Ballpoint pen, is often seen as a writing implement instead of a medium from which we can create art. It is a risky medium to choose because it is defined in the evidence of the skill, where one error can have catastrophic consequences. However, in artist Gareth Edwards‘s hand, it becomes an important tool to create his Parisian style drawing. With incredible patience and skill, Edwards meticulously creates portraits of such famous celebrities as Moon River, Walt Disney, Natalie Portman from “The Little Black Dress”. Usually, a single drawing will take around 2 to 3 weeks, or even longer depending upon its size. Those drawings are so realistic and you might thought those are black&white photos at the first sight. Don’t forget to watch the video at the bottom to witness Edward create the portrait on fly.