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Christopher Stott Realistically Captures Objects

 - Dec 8, 2011
References: chrisstott & illusion.scene360
At first sight, the work by artist Christopher Stott might look like a nice photography series of antique and vintage objects; however, these images are actual paintings. Detailed and expressive, these art pieces are so mesmerizing that even the most perceptive eye would doubt for an instant if they are photographs or paintings.

Scott started as a photographer, but he later decided to switch to a less digital kind of art. His experience with the camera is evident in the way he captures reality. The light, the colors, the angle and dimensions are perfectly grasped by the artist, allowing him to create masterpieces. Vintage books, retro typewriters, electric fans and alarm clocks come to life in this mesmerizing collection of art.

Christopher Stott distanced himself from technology to find in everyday life the simplicity of beauty.