20 Realistic Artworks that Look Like Photographs
Editor’s note: This post is contributed by Tapha Ngum, who is the founder of My App Templates, a site that provides custom iPhone app templates to people who cannot afford to spend thousands on their iPhone app design.
Designers are getting really good at Photoshop design, and with the right tools and the right skills, they can make it very difficult for us to tell what is real and what is manipulated. Occasionally, mistakes in design pop up to remind us that it is only human to err. The rest of the time, well, let’s just say that we humans are incredibly creative creatures.
To show you what I mean, I have compiled a list of some of the most realistic-looking artworks out there today. The collection will make you question what you see, this I guarantee. Some of these are so realistic that I had to double check them a number of times to make sure that they were indeed mere illustrations and not products of photography! Enjoy the post!
Recommended Reading: Human Photo Manipulation: 50 Amazing Artworks
Synth. (Image credit: Mikael Eidenberg)
Wacom Intuos 4. (Image credit: Dorian Filippi)
Spas-12. (Image credit: Mateusz Dembek)
Canon 5D Camera. (Image credit: Mikael Eidenberg)
Tulip. (Image credit: Anna Marinenko)
Kitchen. (Image credit: Mikael Eidenberg)
Socket. (Image credit: Clemens Posch)
Nivea Creme. (Image credit: Sandrino Kelders)
The Most Important iPhone Accessory. (Image credit: Mikael Eidenberg)
Tomato. (Image credit: Anna Marinenko)
Off Buttermilk. (Image credit: Julian Hrankov)
Beer. (Image credit: Creative Mints)
Dashboard. (Image credit: Dash)
Coca Cola. (Image credit: Carlos Carvalhar)
Take A Bite. (Image credit: Dash)
Cassette. (Image credit: Roman Jusdado)
Tine – Mountain Milk. (Image credit: Anders Drage)
iPhone(s) (5 and 4S). (Image credit: Mikael Eidenberg)
HDD. (Image credit: Max Panysh)
Oreo. (Image credit: Roman Jusdado)
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