Artist William Fisk blurs the lines between photography and painting.
Hyperrealism is an art form in which painters or sculptures create works that resemble a high resolution photograph. It's a unique form of art that began in the 60's and 70's as an offshoot of photorealism. Works of photorealism and hyperrealism are created by using an actual photograph as a way to gather visual information and then the artist takes that information to produce very realistic renderings. One artist we've come across that does some pretty awesome stuff is William Fisk.