These amazing photorealistic paintings of vintage gadgets were created by a Toronto-based artist named William Fisk. His work is simply titled 'Portraits' as a series that depicts inanimate vintage objects instead of actual people. He uses retro headphones, cameras or microscopes as examples of popular gadgets traditionally used.
These paintings could easily be mistaken for photographs since they have been created with brushes and pigments that can't be differentiated from a distance. It's interesting to see how close up and real these objects look as if it was taken with a high resolution camera. These vintage gadgets make a strong impression of how they can easily be changed intro something extraordinary as a piece of artwork for many to appreciate.