Hyperrealism searches to present the reality as a photograph. However, there are projects that go beyond such is the case of Mega Realism of Dutch painter Tjalf Sparnaay, born in 1954.
Tjalf Sparnaay made his way through Mega Realism in 1987, following Johannes Vermeer. He usually paints fried eggs, fried potatoes, ketchup bottles, among others. But his project not only describes objects but increases them to bring them to large formats: in them, one is able to explore every single detail. This is a way to rediscover what we call trivial and common; although Tjalf Sparnaay calls it: the beauty of the everyday.
Source and images: Tjalf Sparnaay