30-year-old Italian artist Marco Grassi paints intricate portraits so realistically, they appear like images. What makes his works much more exceptional, nonetheless, are the slight unconventional particulars he “offers” to his characters. By doing this, Grassi begins balancing on a really skinny line between hyperrealism and surrealism, completely messing along with his viewers minds.
“My objective is to stir deep feelings and, attempting to make folks extra delicate,” Grassi advised Bored Panda. “I wish to mix actuality and surrealism, exploring human ideas and nature in a extra private manner.” A few of his topics seem as half-human and half-statues, some costume in colourful materials or purchase futuristic jewellery, however all of them are so convincing, we’re left questioning why these putting and mysterious folks look the best way they do.
The period of time Grassi spends on a single piece varies relying on its measurement and complexity, however normally the artist devotes no less than a number of months to 1 portray. “It’s a very lengthy work and requires excessive consideration in all of its phases.”
By inserting surreal parts into the physique (as an alternative of portraying solely its tremendous real looking options), Grassi seeks to focus on our twin manner of being: “Our internal aspect, intimate and very delicate, in opposition to our curiosity in look of issues, like a vase, a pot, a shell. Stunning and valuable, however empty inside.”
“The largest problem is at all times attempting to take care of a degree of utmost high quality <…>, each for the human determine and utilized parts, attempting to create a homogeneous work in each side, in addition to overcoming the thought of portray in a manner that imitates images solely.”
Scroll down to take a look at how masterfully Grassi recreates an enormous number of textures whereas sustaining delicate feelings.
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