William Fisk's Photorealistic Paintings Make Vintage Gadgets Cool Again

William Fisk’s Photorealistic Paintings Make Vintage Gadgets Cool Again

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If the title of this post didn’t immediately give away the fact that these images were paintings, we all would have thought they were photographs. Yes, Canadian artist William Fisk is just that good. From Yashica and Minolta cameras, to rotary telephones, to microscopes, Fisk paints monochromatic vintage gadgets and technology for private collections and corporation boardrooms. Check out the rest of the collection on Fisk’s website.

[via Gizmodo]

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