Really Bad Tattoos. I don't have any tattoos and I don't plan on getting any in the near future or at any time for that matter.
I have nothing against tattoos or people that have them I just have never heard a plausible argument as to why to get one. If I really really like a piece of art I would hang it on my wall or if I had an uncontrollable desire to show the piece of art to the world I would put it on a t-shirt that way when I inevitably get sick of looking at it I can either take it off the wall or give it to a thrift store. Anyway here are some tattoos that completely boggle my mind. I really can't fathom why anyone would get these things permanently put on their bodies. Clay Aiken and Linkin Park 2 very different acts which actually have a lot in common. I think that's the picture you're supposed to take out of the frame. Food Tattoos???? *Update: Due to the many comments I am now aware that the hamburger tattoo refers to a Jimmy Buffet song, but that doesn't make it any less bad.
Follow @typebrighter. Set Of Great Art Illusions. Set Of Great Art Illusions · Filed under Arts Related Posts Cool Illusions Fingerprint Illusions Shadow Illusions Johan Lorbeer Still Life Performance Upside Down Faces Illusion Word Optical Illusion Magazine Illusions Hidden Circles Illusion Eureka Carpark Illusion Transparent Desktops Permalink 3 Comments » September 28, 2006 @ 7:35 am hi, the most of the paintings here displayed were made by the mexican artist Octabio ocampo, i like most of all the woman with the basket of bread, is calle “el pan nuestro de cada dia”, like ” our bread of everyday” November 27, 2007 @ 7:58 am WOW this picture must really life wemon….faces…and bodys….lol……but i like the first one May 21, 2008 @ 6:19 pm Some of these are very well done, however some are just stretched and not really illusions at all.
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Technically, artists who strive for a high resolution level of detail in painting or sculpture are called “hyperrealists”, although all hyperrealists are also considered to be photorealists. Every detail is slavishly recreated as close to the real life model as possible, even if the sculpture is larger than the original scale. Photorealistic sculptors create truly amazing sculptures that will make you feel wonder, revulsion and the sense of looking in someone else’s mirror. In this post we feature sculptors Ron Mueck, Evan Penny, Jamie Salmon, Duane Hanson, Sam Jinks and Adam Beane who produce sculpture that seems alive in every detail, right down to veins and rashes on skin.
This compilation should give you a cross section of modern photorealistic sculpture. Ron Mueck Ron Mueck is one of the premier names in the photorealistic sculpture field. Evan Penny Jamie Salmon.