Hyperrealistic portraits of Japanese artist Yasutomo Oka

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Japanese artist Yasutomo Oka is so successful in hyperrealism that his paintings can’t be distinguished from photographs.

Yasutomo is known for a series of portraits, which he paints with oil paints. The creation of each of the portraits takes about a month, and the final result exceeds all expectations.


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