Paintings by Jonathan Wateridge. London.
I love the lighting in these.
these are fantastic! i love the pick-up truck in the last one.
Really interesting lighting. I like how using extreme lighting can make a photo look so surreal.
these are not photos.
You are kidding me. These are photos, no paintings. If they were paintings, amazing.
these are paintings;}
Oh my god, just stop it already, this are ridiculous, not only is the technique EXQUISITE! But the subjects and scenes in the paintings are so intriguing, about to lose my mind!
what the what? these are just ridiculous! the security guard among the mannequins is amazingly great. hilarious and kind of sad at the same time. kudos.
The shadow and lighting detail is amazing!
I really love the atmosphere it creates!
The subject matter, concept and overall atmosphere of these works is simply amazing! How inspiring!
Amazing! They look like photographs!!
love how theatrical these are, makes you feel slightly like an onlooker at a live theater.. great & inspiring!!
Yes yes, as someone said earlier, the lighting is so very carravagio- like
This is unreal!
mind = blown.
Wow, he has such a unique and interesting vision… we need more creative artists like him in this world.
Umm these are paintings! no freaking way! They are just unreal you don’t see technique like this that often nowadays.
illuminates more on the subject matter and processes involved in his paintings.
thanks for the link, very interesting – i want to see/hear more
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