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Fake Painting Photographs by Alexa Meade

It might be hard to believe, but each of the following “paintings” is actually a photograph by artist Alexa Meade.

Here’s a quick look behind the scenes to show you what we mean:

Were you fooled? We were.

To create the effect, Meade paints on three dimensional surfaces of objects, people, and spaces using acrylic paint.

Visit her website to see more of her work.


Image credits: Photographs by Alexa Meade and used with permission.


 
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  • http://twitter.com/Michael_Pitzer Michael Pitzer

    Love it! It's like the Festival of the Masters in Southern California.

  • http://twitter.com/SiobhanGleeson Siobhan Gleeson

    Love them – they are great

  • http://mugglesdontscareme.com/ Theresa E.

    This is so awesome!

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    Simple techniques you can use to create that professional looking finish when painting your home! Acrylic paints are by far the easiest painting product to work with. Acrylic is easy to clean up, it dries quickly and doesn't run or sag, unless you apply crazy amounts or unless moisture and cold weather gets to it. It's really easy to apply, spread out and work with. But how exactly do your apply it with as little stress as possible while creating a nice and professional finish each and every time? The answer is simple – it's all in the technique, which i am about to show you!

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  • jkantor267

    Every body needs a gimmick.