Tjalf Sparnaay’s Hyper-Realistic Paintings to Dazzle your Visual Senses… and your Appetite

Dutch artist Tjalf Sparnaay takes your food or ordinary things such as marbles, dolls, soda can, etc., and morph them into huge visual artworks in stunningly hyper-realistic paintings. Take a look at the first featured image below, the over-easy egg. It’s insanely real… your appetite will go nuts!

As you scroll down, the rest of the paintings will dazzle your visual senses. Each piece is amazingly crafted — bursting with incredible details and sharp, vivid colors. Wow!

Enjoy!

 

Tjalf Sparnaay-Fried-Egg_2014

 

 

 

Since 1987, he has been working on his imposing oeuvre, constantly seeking new images that have never been painted before. What he calls Megarealism is part of the contemporary global art movement of Hyperrealism, and Sparnaay is now considered one of the most important painters working in that style.

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All images courtesy of Tjalf Sparnaay, and are published with permission.

To see more of his work, please visit his:  Website  |  Facebook  |  Instagram

 

 

Tjalf Sparnaay-Cheeseburger_2012

 

Tjalf Sparnaay-De-Kreeft_2010

 

Tjalf Sparnaay-Kaviaar_2011

 

Tjalf Sparnaay-Very-Large-Salad-Bowl_2008

 

Tjalf Sparnaay-Draadjesvlees_2007

 

Tjalf Sparnaay-Petit-Four_2011

 

Tjalf Sparnaay-Pastry-with-Strawberry_2012

 

Tjalf Sparnaay-Donuts_2015

 

Tjalf Sparnaay-Kiezen-voor-Knikkers_2012

 

Tjalf Sparnaay-FlowerPower_2013

 

 

 

 

Nelson Kamdon

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