Being a major fan of pseudo-photorealistic paintings and cerebral films, I just couldn't help but be awe-stricken by these The Social Network Illustrations.
Drawn by the famously talented Martin Ansin, these award-worthy paintings feature the cast of the recent Facebook film juxtaposed by their real-life counterparts. It's actually remarkable how much Jesse Eisenberg resembles the real-life Mark Zuckerberg, but I'm even more impressed by Ansin's ability to capture each respective person's likeness so well and in his distinct cell-shaded style. Also featured in the masterful painting is the Oscar-winning film's director David Fincher and Academy Award-winning writer Aaron Sorkin.
Other pictures in this The Social Network Illustrations collection include Mark Zuckerberg's face overlaid onto a college party scene, as well as one illustrating a pivotal scene in the movie's plot when Eduardo Saverin smashes Zuckerberg's laptop.
The Social Network Illustrations Capture Facebook's Drama
1. Social Media Art - The trend of using social networks and prominent figures in art creates opportunities for new forms of marketing and advertising.
2. Photorealistic Paintings - The trend of creating photorealistic artwork provides opportunities for innovation in the field of art and entertainment.
3. Cell-shaded Style - The trend of using cell-shaded style in artwork can be used to create unique and visually striking designs in various industries.
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