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Hyperrealism Magazine #11 -June 2020


Summer is around the corner and we’re ready to enjoy it with this fresh new issue! Let’s leave behind dark times of this winter and get positive for a golden summer. Let’s talk about what you’re going to find in this June issue! On our overture article we’ve inevitably talked about this unexpected and global period of stagnation and lockdown…

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Hyperrealism Magazine #10 – March 2020


Hello there! Even though we are currently experiencing dark times all over the world, we want to maintain positivity to combat growing anxiety and we must focus on the fact that our normalcy will return soon, everything will be fine in the end, and when all this is behind us, we will have to look at our lives with a…

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Social Art by James Earley


James Earley uses his talent for social aims. Many of his paintings represent common scenes of street took from many parts of the world, but you will not see any beautiful square, no architectures, no tourists walking happy or while make selfies… In fact, his subjects are always vulnerable people, those people in difficulty that everybody can find everywhere but…

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The Hong Kong tradition in Jackson Lee


Jackson Lee is a Hong Kong based artist whose aim is to show his city “in a better light” through his artistic talent. He is a very skilful painter, able to use acrylic and oil colors with great mastery, achieving the same high level of realism with both of them. His work is focused prevalently on the old Hong Kong,…

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Stephanie Schechter: the symbolism around us


Every day we go out among the streets, full of people, shops, cars, buildings… an infinity of details to which we don’t pay attention due to habit. But if we could stop and watch around us we could discover a lot of precious meanings in things we don’t even imagine. For example: think to a particular street in your hometown…

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The softness in Tammy Liu Haller’s art


Every artist has his or her personal “touch”: many times we can recognize an artist just by looking at his or her artworks. Some can say, in a movement like Hyperrealism where the ultimate aim is to make an artwork resemble a photo, that a personal style cannot exist. Well, this is absolutely not true. Take all the Hyperrealists who…

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Alex Devereux & the fascination of lights


The first and the last lights of the day have always a particular fascination on everyone of us, to which we can’t ever be indifferent. And artists are par excellence the most sensible to this kind of attractions: many times a typical kind of light can totally change an object or a scene and the perception of it, like in…

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The Art of Illustration of Fernando Ferreiro


We can define the illustration as a unique interpretation of the world seen by the eyes of the artist. Illustrators have the extraordinary capacity to visualize an image in their head that can explain any concept. This is just what many of the most famous illustrators of all time did. Also today the worlds of illustration and advertising are often…

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The fascination of Italian cities by David V Wheeler


Cityscapes have always been a classic theme for painters throughout art history, but it’s so fascinating to see how the theme has evolved and is being reinterpreted in modern times. Before the invention of photography, painters with their unique artistic abilities were the prime creators of images that captured specific scenes from the era in which they lived. Contemporary realist…

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Hyperrealism Magazine #9 – December 2019


Hello everyone and enjoy your Holidays! As a present this year, we’re thrilled to present you this fantastic new issue of Hyperrealism Magazine!!! As usual, there are interviews with outstanding talented artists of whom you can deepen their art, such as Daniel Brici and his amazing “incomplete” paintings inspired by neglected Romanian children and the social and political aspects around…

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