Australian artist Jeremy Geddes creates surreal oil paintings that are astoundingly photo-realistic. The paintings often depict human figures in mid-air, free-falling, or bursting through buildings like cannonballs. To achieve his photo-realistic level of detail, Geddes spends one to six months on each work. For more on Geddes’ artistic process, check out his 2011 interview with Empty Kingdom.
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