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Honey: Hyper-Realistic Paintings by Mike Dargas

Published May 15, 2015

German artist Mike Dargas creates some of the most realistic paintings you will ever see. I was particularly impressed with this series of honey-covered portraits.

“Mike finds his models in his everyday life and is not limited on certain types. He portrays young and old, beautiful and dark, fragile and strong people. They are lost in thoughts, show inner conflicts or transmit a unique and sometimes even holy calmness.

The perfection of his technique seems to search for the perfect image, like he was searching for the soul within each single one. With his works Mike Dargas challenges us to take a deeper look, to understand the nature of human being and to question our own emotional perception.”

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