Hyper Realistic Art- Naples Way
From the beginning of time, there’s always been something about Naples, Italy that’s both captivating and astonishing. Whether it’s the city’s cuisine, architecture, dialect or art, the people from Naples are known for their very high standards. The same can be said about Naples born artist Jorit AGOch and going by his latest creations, it’s easy to see why. His hometown has for a long time been a center of absolutely amazing art and architecture.
The Italian has created hyper-realistic artworks you can’t believe aren’t photographs, but essentially erase the line between art and reality. Each of his unbelievable hyper-realistic portraits is carefully created with masterful techniques that you’ll probably never see anywhere else.
The portraits that are crafted on both canvas and huge walls have smaller details that are stunning in every sense; thereby increasing the depth of the subjects. Add the color scheme that Jorit places on his subjects, the impartiality that his subjects bring and the sheer size of the art and it’ll still be hard for you, even if you’re up close, to tell whether they’re real photographs or just pure art.
No matter the race, gender or age of his subjects, Jorit showcases that he’s a true master, who brings the cool intensity of gallery art to the streets of Italy. It’s hard to downplay the influence of his Neapolitan background.