Artist Hiraku Cho paints the outside of fruits and veggies to disguise them as a different piece of produce - MAKES YOU LOOK TWICE!

Optical illusion: Hiraku Cho paints the outside of fruits & veggies to disguise them as a different piece of produce.

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31 Works Of Art We Can All Appreciate

“Sweet Veggies” photos by Amsterdam-based photographer Wendy van Santen

I like this watercolour technique, with the black outline and the water colour spilling over.

Christina Drejenstam - I like this watercolour technique, with the black outline and the water colour spilling over.

"A very nice series of self-portraits entitled “Tutti Frutti” by 16-year old Spanish photographer Cristina Otero. Blending close-ups with fruits and wild make-up, the artist draws the viewers into an unconventional and colourful notion of beauty. With just a couple years of experience in photography, this prowess is the expression of true talent."

Just some fruits by cristina otero

This is a good example of food photography because it brings in another element of art, but still focuses on the food as the subject. The also use the food as inspiration for the make-up of the girls in the photos.

Roy Lichtenstein, Untitled (Still Life with Lemon and Glass), 1974, Lithograph, screenprint and debossing on paper

"Roy Lichtenstein, Untitled (Still Life with Lemon and Glass), Lithograph, screenprint and debossing on paper." I really like the style of Roy Lichtenstein s lemon and glass of water its really simple and its not too bright or detailed.

Slice of Kiwi Green by Marlane Wurzbach

Marlane Wurzbach I like the bright color of the kiwi and how the artist make it stand out with the bright green and yellow.

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