Jason De Graaf is a Master of Verisimilitude

By: Josh Triantafilou - Published: Mar 25, 2012 • References: jasondegraaf & thejailbreak
Jason De Graaf is a painter with an incredible eye for detail. It is with traits such as these that the artist is able to create the paintings featured here.

Even if one closely inspects each piece, it is still difficult to admit that they are not photographs. However, Jason De Graaf does not intend to merely portray a scene faithfully; he notes on his blog that he seeks to explore alternate realities through his pieces. The realism he captures in each piece is enough that one could easily believe that the scenes De Graaf depicts are the real deal.

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