What you’re about to witness below are not photographs; they’re not real people, either. They’re what’s referred to as “hyper-realistic” paintings. Meaning, they’re so accurate even to the last wrinkle, or sweat, or mole, that you can’t distinguish them from the real thing!
This kind of art is not new, but is definitely something that hyperrealistic painter David Kassan is trying to innovate. Using nothing but clean walls on the streets, he makes these amazing portraiture of regular people. If you didn’t look closely, you’d probably mistake them for real people standing around!
Below are some samples of his impeccable works. You can check out David’s website for the entirety of his portfolio.