Incredibly Realistic Interactive Illustrations


These illustrations by Columbian artist Cesar Del Valle are incredibly realistic. His finely illustrated characters appear to interact with the materials and actual space around them. Figures lean against walls, balance on strings, or crush paper above their heads. Some of his figures dangle on the edge of a paper hole. Cesar Del Valle's attention to detail and perspective is so superb that his illustrations can easily be mistaken for a photograph. At first glance, you might think the people are actually in the room with you!












Cesar Del Valle on Behance
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