There’s nothing more mind-blowing than looking at hyperrealistic works of art, the high detail, technique and color scheme needs to be 100% accurate in order to look like a high resolution photograph.

Hyperrealism is a genre of painting and sculpture resembling a high-resolution photograph. Hyperrealism is considered an advancement of Photorealism by the methods used to create the resulting paintings or sculptures.

The term is primarily applied to an independent art movement and art style in the United States and Europe that has developed since the early 2000s.

These 27 Unbelievable Works Of Art You’ll Think Are Photographs showcase some of the best hyperrealistic works of art around today!

1. Omar Ortiz – Oil on linen

Omar Ortiz - Oil on linen

2. Paul Cadden – Small drawing pencil on paper

Paul Cadden - Small drawing pencil on paper

3. Kamalky Laureano – Acrylic on canvas

Kamalky Laureano - Acrylic on canvas

4. Gregory Thielker – Oil on canvas

Gregory Thielker - Oil on canvas

5. Lee Price – Oil on linen

Lee Price - Oil on linen

6. Ben Weiner – Paintings of paint

Ben Weiner - Paintings of paint

7. Ron Mueck – Sculpture, mixed materials

Ron Mueck - Sculpture, mixed materials

Photo © Thomas Salva

Photo © Gautier Deblonde

8. Kim Ji-hoon – Pencil

Kim Ji-hoon - Pencil

9. Christina K – Drawing on tinted brown paper

Christina K - Drawing on tinted brown paper

10. Ray Hare – Acrylic painting on canvas

Ray Hare - Acrylic painting on canvas

11. Daisy – Charcoal

Daisy - Charcoal

12. Alyssa Monks – Oil on linen

Alyssa Monks - Oil on linen

13. Pedro Campos – Oil on canvas

Pedro Campos - Oil on canvas

14. Dirk Dzimirsky – Graphite on paper

Dirk Dzimirsky - Graphite on paper

15. Thomas Arvid – Limited edition Giclée on canvas

Thomas Arvid - Limited edition Giclée on canvas

16. Rafal Bujnowski – Black and white paint

Rafal Bujnowski - Black and white paint

“Bujnowski painted a photo-realistic self-portrait in black and white, had it photographed and enclosed the picture as his official photo in the U.S.A. visa application form. The consulate workers failed to notice the manipulation and, eventually, the artist received a passport with a replica of his own painting.”

17. Paul Cadden – Pencil on paper

Paul Cadden - Pencil on paper

18. Robin Eley – Oil on Belgian linen

Robin Eley - Oil on Belgian linen

19. Samuel Silva – Ballpoint pen

Samuel Silva - Ballpoint pen

20. Gottfried Helnwein – Oil and acrylic on canvas

Gottfried Helnwein - Oil and acrylic on canvas

21. Franco Clun – Pencils on watercolor paper

Franco Clun - Pencils on watercolor paper

22. Kelvin Okafor – Graphite pencils

Kelvin Okafor - Graphite pencils

23. Amy Robins – Colored pencil on cartridge paper

Amy Robins - Colored pencil on cartridge paper

Based on a photograph by Benoit Pallé

24. Mike Bayne – Oil on wood panel

Mike Bayne - Oil on wood panel

25. Robert Longo – Charcoal on mounted paper

Robert Longo - Charcoal on mounted paper

26. Diego Fazio – Charcoal pencil

Diego Fazio - Charcoal pencil

27. Bryan Drury – Oil on wood

Bryan Drury - Oil on wood

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