A Dutch artist, Tjalf Sparnaay using style "mega-realism" has made a variety of foods from oil painting to be very real.
Sparnaay spent 25 years perfecting his craft paint for food every day with a spectacular realism.
"I took lessons of oil from the reality of day-to-day use of things trivial or unusual. My intention is to give life to these objects," he said as quoted from dailymail, Tuesday (13/11).
Sparnaay considered one of the most important painters of the track "mega realism" which is part of the global art movement of hyper realism.
Toast Bake, one dinner, which became widely used oil paintings produced by Sparnaay. This food looks so real that it is difficult to distinguish it painting or food.
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