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Artist creates famous landmarks paintings

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An artist has created a set of hyper-realistic paintings of famous landmarks around the world which appear to be reflected in the lenses of a pair of sunglasses.

The pictures by Simon Hennessey are so lifelike they have often been mistaken for photography.

Over the last five years he has painted the Eiffel Tower, Big Ben, Tower Bridge, the Guggeneheim museum in New York, the New York City skyline, the seaside at Skegness and Hyde Park.

http://www.dailymail...ses-lenses.html

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Wow!!!

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That's what I call attention to detail. At first I thought it was the sunglasses alone, and the people were real. Then I saw the canvas...just astounding.

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