We’ve featured all sorts of unbelievably convincing examples of photorealistic art, but Pennsylvania-based artist Joshua Suda takes the deception even further. His paintings aren’t just awesomely photorealistic, they also break the fourth wall.
Suda’s subjects peer out from behind frames or through torn sheets of paper or cardboard with the confines of the painting’s actual frame. Beautifully rendered hands reach out and half-hidden faces make eye contact with the viewer, “pushing us to question the boundaries between art and ‘real” life.”
Visit Joshua Suda’s website to check out more of his astonishing artwork.
I finally wore Haenuli’s Enchanted Fawn skirt~! Even though it’s nearly spring, I ended up with a really autumny co-ord (⌒_⌒;) So many people complimented the skirt, though, since it really is beautiful 〜(￣▽￣〜)
The leafy headpieces and the ring are from Strawberry Mushrooms - I want to buy so many things from there~!
The women of HAITI 2014 KARNIVAL!! Ayiti cherie