Giant Hyperrealistic Portraits By South Korean Artist Joongwon Jeong

Joongwon Jeong is a hyper-realistic painter from South Korea who uses acrylic paint on canvas. The artist meticulously uses real models, photos or busts of historical characters to create his works. 

Each of his paintings are so detailed that many people can confuse them with giant photographs. As Joongwon has the ability to paint using such delicate brushstrokes that he can detail all the pores of his subjects.

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