He Starts By Drawing A Circle On A Piece Of Paper. But When He Was Done, I Was Totally Blown Away!

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You don’t even need to be artistically inclined to understand why this is so freaking awesome. When you see this guy paint it looks so easy but when he finishes you have to convince yourself that what you’re looking at is nothing but a flat piece of paper. It feels as if you can just reach and grab that glass of water.

The artist behind these jaw-dropping illusions is Stefan Pabst, a man who took the art of hyper-realism to the next level. The only guy who can come close is Marcello Barenghi whose work we already shared. Who do you think does it better?

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