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An Interview with Doug Bloodworth

Doug Bloodworth - Monopoly

Doug Bloodworth is a well-respected and highly renowned photorealist Artist. He delights in depicting such beloved and familiar touchstones of Americana as Keebler fudge stripe cookies, M&Ms candies, Coke bottles, Monopoly games, Batman comics, and The New York Times crossword—in mid-attempt—all blown up to large 4-foot-by-5-foot canvases. The hyper-real depictions of the pop culture flotsam…

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10 Photorealist Artists you need to know

Doug Bloodworth He organises comics, guns, sweets, Starbucks cups and other consumer items into arrangements that are then photographed from exciting angles. This creates dynamic artworks that make you look at familiar objects in unfamiliar ways. His other exceptional talent lies in his ability to paint surfaces and textures. A dedicated attention to detail and…

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Photorealism – Technical Mastery and Effortless Style

Mark by Chuck Close

Photorealism is a style of art that attempts to create images that resemble photographs as closely as possible. By definition, its artworks must involve working from photographs, and the success of a photorealistic artwork is often measured through the talent and ability of the Artist to achieve this photographic effect. Extraordinary technical skill and a…

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