Italian artist Stefania Fersini creates extraordinary photorealistic paintings from magazine papers she collects. These enlarged paintings are made to be life-sized so that the models and the foreground feel even more realistic on top of the surrealism aspect. Stefania Fersini paintings are created after two main aspects: consumerism and appearance. The additional flavor of the crinkled effect to each painting helps draw one's attention to the bigger picture instead of individual items.

The photorealistic painting series by Stefania Fersini is an amazing example of intricate artwork, which breeds talent and imagination. The idea of painting crumpled magazine pictures is a great way to demonstrate the artistic appeal of fashion editorials in an obscure nature. The softened nature of each painting adds a great amount of interpretation for emotions.