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Hyper-Realistic Paintings of Crash Sites

Artist Jonathan Wateridge has a thing for wreckage. This series of paintings, depicting fallen airplanes and sinking ships, are rendered in oil paint with extreme realism. The works are all very large (2m x 3m, or about 6.5'x9.8') to enhance the level of detail. Check out the rest of the Crash series on BestBookmarks. (I especially love the plane resting in the iceberg field.) Link

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Amazing, yes. Hyperrealistic, no. You can clearly tell that these are paintings. THIS is Hyperrealism:
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