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Hyperphotos by Jean Francois Rauzier

 Jean Francois Rauzier's hyperphotos might look like a single photo, but these self dubbed hyperphotos are made of hundreds and sometimes thousands of individual photos. You can dive into each one and find an incredible  amount of detail. Rauzier spends countless hours collecting and stitching together photos until it is impossible to distinguish between them. Make sure to check out the incredible full resolution photos at his portfolio.

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Average: 4 (1 vote)

Colorful Illustrations by Daryl Feril

Daryl Feril is an illustrator from Bacolod City, Philippines. His illustrations are bursting with life and beauty. His designs employ great use of colors and shapes, and are often centered around a strong woman beautiful woman. You can buy a few of his great designs on Society6.

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Average: 4.8 (4 votes)

Perspective Sculptures by James Hopkins

When somebody tells you art looks different from another perspective, they probably weren't talking about these sculptures by James Hopkins. He takes perspective artwork to a whole new level with these perspective sculptures of famous cartoon characters. At one angle, you might be wondering what in the world are you looking at, but at the proper angle it all comes together. Great work!

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Average: 2 (2 votes)

Dirty Car Art by Scott Wade

Scott Wade uses a wonderful combination of cars and dirt to create his work. He uses the rear window of cars as his canvas and re-creates everything from famous paintings to famous football stars. He creates each elaborate piece using an assortment of brushes and his hands. One painting can take anywhere from forty mintues to four hours. Each work is wiped clean by rain or the passing of time, allowing him to start anew.

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Marilyn Monroe Tape Art by Erika Iris Simmons

It takes incredible vision to create such a great likeness with found objects, but Erika Simmons does just that. Check out some more of her work on Flickr, she makes art out of just about everything.

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28 Camera Drawings by Christine Berrie

A very cool hand drawn poster/print by Christine Berrie. Each camera has a unique look and the the details put into each one are fantastic. You can buy this print at 20x200.

Here's a quote from Christine,"I enjoy creating images that contain a lot of detail. In terms of subject matter, cameras are a current favourite, with a plethora of little buttons, switches, levers and dials. As cameras in the digital age become increasingly sleek, streamlined and monochrome in design, here is a visual celebration of vintage models from days gone by, created using graphite and colour pencil."

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Average: 5 (1 vote)

Recycled Tire Sculptures by Yong Ho Ji

Yong Ho Ji is a Korean artist who creates wonderful and unique sculptures out of recycled tires. You can see the meticulous details of the muscles, flesh, and curved bodies of his beasts. 

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Average: 4 (1 vote)

Story Book Artwork by Jeannette Woitzik

Jeannette Woitzik has a knack for whimsical photo manipulations and storytelling. In this one, Jeannette brings a story book tale to life, hopping right off the pages.

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Average: 4 (1 vote)

Digital Art by Erik Schumacher

Erik Schumacher (kire1987 on Deviant Art) is a German student studying physics, but in my opinion, he should stick to art. He definitely has some impressive work and is part of the distinguished Depthcore art collective. There is a distinct style to his work, but his techniques don't feel overused. Check out some more of his work on Deviant Art.

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Average: 4 (2 votes)

If I Could Use Photoshop in Real Life… by Sad and Useless

A good one for all you Photoshop nerds! If I Could Use Photoshop in Real Life… by Sad and UselessSad and Useless takes a humorous look at what it would be like if you could use Photoshop in real life. There's everything from easily painting walls, to removing stains, to moving furniture. Visit their article to read the accompanying captions.

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