Daniel Jackson's Brushstrokes are More Accurate Than a Camera Lens

 - Jul 28, 2011
References: danieljacksonart & sweet-station
It's very easy to confuse these Daniel Jackson oil paintings as photographs since he's so meticulous with the details. Considering the lighting, the shadows and the textures of the textiles in these works, it's amazing to know that the artist did not use any technological manipulation while creating these pieces.

Daniel Jackson's subjects for these paintings are always household objects, and since they're painted with this much artistry, you would surely want to reexamine the beauty of these products in your own home after viewing this series.

I'm personally impressed with the way Daniel Jackson is able to recreate the lighting effects of highly reflective materials such as plastic.

Implications - Consumers have become tired of computer-generated graphic arts since they can not readily distinguish the human technical skill involved. Corporations looking to appeal to consumers may find an easier time doing so with fine arts graphics that are identifiable as being handcrafted.