Impressive Hyper-realistic Portrait Sculptures of Public Figures / Deceased Personalities by Kazu Hiro
In today’s post, we are going to share some of the best and most Impressive Hyper-realistic Portrait Sculptures of public figures / Deceased Personalities with our readers.
In order to bring back to life in an original way the personalities who marked their time, the artist Kazu Hiro creates intriguing sculptures with incredibly realistic details in the effigy of famous people. Looking at the busts of the creative, we can believe that these celebrities are still alive. Indeed, he reproduces his models generally on a human scale where the texture of the skin, the eyes, and the hair seem hyper-real.
For more than 25 years, the sculptor had the opportunity to work on numerous film shoots. But overnight, he decided to leave the world of cinema to devote himself to what he really liked: hyperrealist sculpture. And the least we can say is that this decision has been quite successful!
Frida Kahlo, Abraham Lincoln, Jimi Hendrix, Salvador Dali… we let you admire below the incredible sculptures representing public figures created from scratch by prosthetic make-up artist Kazu Hiro. To learn more about the artist and his creations, you can visit his website and his Instagram account.
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