Roos van der Vliet

is a Dutch painter who paints incredible hyperrealistic paintings.

More about Roos van der Vliet and her works here.

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Hello, I'm Carolin. I'm a designer and concepter. I love space travel, smooth beats, simplicity and Star Wars. I've studied visual communication at Offenbach Academy of Art and Design and arts management at Freie Universität Berlin. Say hi on instagram @carolingoelder


  • Reply June 1, 2015

    Joe Marfice

    “Hyperrealistic”? Some of these are almost cartoon-like in skin texture.

    Words have meanings. She’s not “hyperrealistic” just because that’s the vogue term to use for paintings right now.

    • Reply June 24, 2015


      I agree and disagree at the same time Joe. I think you mix up hyperrealism with photorealism. Although it started as the same thing, over time, hyperrealism got a different meaning.

      “Hyperrealists create a false reality, a convincing illusion based on a simulation of reality”

      This artist isn’t just painting a photographical image, she’s presenting us a different reality. She uses the light of the sun to lighten up the skin and make the eyes more glassy and transparent. I agree that it looks like if she’s playing with this cartoonesque-thing.
      We could discuss if what’s she’s showing us is ‘real’ enough, but I don’t think that would be her point. Cause wouldn’t she have become a photographer then?

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