Real life is simulated in photorealistic artworks that defy deception
Implications - Artists are becoming ever more concerned with the accurate representation of reality, attempting to recreate real life with photorealistic works. In an era of misleading advertising and falsehoods like airbrushing, it follows that consumers will show their concern and appreciation for realism in everything they do and see.
1. Hyperrealism - Artists are striving for accurate representation of reality by creating photorealistic works of art that are appealing to consumers seeking authenticity.
2. Deceivingly Realistic Paintings - The increasing public appreciation and admiration for photo-realistic paintings like those of Kelley and Burns presents opportunities for artists to create and sell more works that defy deception.
3. Realistic Aesthetic - Consumers are fascinated by and expecting a sense of realism from campaigns, which presents an opportunity for businesses to employ realistic graphics in their advertising techniques to appeal to this growing consumer base.
1. Art - The art industry should consider promoting photorealistic works of art and providing platforms for artists to showcase and sell their art on the grounds of high public interest.
2. Advertising - Businesses and marketers interested in appealing to customers who seek authentic experiences should consider incorporating realistic graphics and visuals that highlight the beauty of the products they offer.
3. Photography - As realistic art, hyper-realistic paintings, and realistic aesthetic continue to gain popularity, photography could market photographic prints featuring photographs that capture the realistic feel of our environment to grapple a moment of authenticity and elegance.