35 responses to “Steve Smith”

  1. Alex

    Oh my gosh, so gorgeous! Love the play of light!

  2. Paw Print Pet Tags

    Gorgeous. Just gorgeous. I love the cool, tropic vibe. Makes me want to go for a dip in the pool.

  3. Jack

    That’s not hyperrealism …

  4. fajas colombianas

    these pictures are gorgeous. And it has a very tropical feel to it.

  5. lizzie

    wow, this was absolutly increadible, I love it!

  6. Feliks

    Agree with Jack, these arent hyperrealist, and the paintings that look like photographies are also not called hyperrealistic – that is a very different awesthetical branch.

  7. ale

    Hyperrealism is a genre of painting and sculpture resembling a high-resolution photograph. Hyperrealism is a fully fledged school of art and can be considered an advancement of Photorealism by the methods used to create the resulting paintings or sculptures. The term is primarily applied to an independent art movement and art style in the United States and Europe that has developed since the early 2000s

  8. Corbin Hunter

    Just so you know, these are more surrealist, not nearly hyperreal. Hyperrealism should be mistakable for a photo, having realistic colours and LOADS of detail. These paintings are very low-detail and focus more on colours and moods.

    But they’re very nice =).

    1. chuck

      I agree they aren’t hyperrealism. I mean, #5 maybe, but the rest are just paintings.but they are nice.

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  10. bluemarmot2

    who gives a fuck about the categorization? these are beautiful!! well done

    1. Logo

      agree! i would put one of those paintings in my home, in my bar or in my ofice. Looks nice, inspieres optimism and leads you toward a good and relaxed mood that i belive we all are craving for in the dense grey of our cities.

  11. RedCap

    For times when an HD cam isn’t available get this guy!

  12. Greg Barber

    Anyone know a tutorial about how to do this?

    1. Matt

      yeah, practice, practice, practice, and practice

  13. Zappdor

    Erm…not hyper-realism, clearly.

  14. Michael Burleigh

    Very nice website, with very good artwork.

  15. nospam

    Nice art, but nothing to do with hyperrealism.

  16. Bubba

    Yeah, these are very stylized. Not hyper-realist at all. Definitely based on blown-out digital photographs. The eye does not clip the whites like this. Maybe know what you’re talking about before writing about it.

  17. aptgirl

    emm I am wondering what is the image on the sunglasses in the first pic?

    1. Corbin Hunter

      Looks like a cloudscape to me.

  18. Zillie

    I love these! The use of color is amazing!

  19. chris.c

    Does anybody know what type of paint he uses?

  20. Michael Lange Ocala

    wow beautiful work

  21. Bradlee

    Stunning Work. More please?!

  22. Angie Hottentots

    I love the colors used in these paintings. I feel so relaxed just looking at them. :D

  23. Photography Schools

    brilliant work :)

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  25. Bakırköy Pedagog

    emm I am wondering what is the image on the sunglasses in the first pic?

  26. Yeşil Çatı

    For times when an HD cam isn’t available get this guy!

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