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Raul Urias Illustrates People as They Evaporate into Thin Air

 - Aug 15, 2011
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Be prepared for a visual feast with these Raul Urias illustrations. Not only will your eyes be hit with a barrage of spectacular color combinations, but seeing people superficially dissolve into thin air will play tricks on the viewer's eyes as well as their minds.

Raul Urias is a graphic artist hailing from Mexico and his unique blend of pencil drawings with insane digital inking makes his work some of the funkiest art you can currently find among any art community.

My favorite illustration of the bunch is entitled "Bye School," in which all of a student's school utensils dissolve upwards into the sky.

Implications - Consumers are drawn to surrealism because it satiates their desire for euphoric escapist experiences. Corporations may consider using surrealistic imagery in their promotional campaigns in order to entice consumers into listening to the company's message.