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Hear no Evil by Rob Rek – is an exquisite example of the photo realistic style with which the artist’s name has become synonymous.

This piece is set against a dramatically simplistic ultra white background focusing attention exclusively on the subject – An arrestingly lifelike human skull sporting Bang and Olufsen headphones. The artist’s attention to detail is meticulous resulting in a perfect anatomical reproduction of the human skull.

The artists hyperrealist style captures the minute details of in minature scale. painted as a tryptich this piece bookends the “three designer monkeys” story.

The artwork is a modern adaptation of the ancient Dutch Vanitas style, which invites the viewer to consider their mortality and questions the significance of placing value on material objects and physical beauty.

Hear No Evil

Rob Rek

AUD$1,350
Size: 25w x 30h x 4d cms
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Hear no Evil by Rob Rek – is an exquisite example of the photo realistic style with which the artist’s name has become synonymous.

This piece is set against a dramatically simplistic ultra white background focusing attention exclusively on the subject – An arrestingly lifelike human skull sporting Bang and Olufsen headphones. The artist’s attention to detail is meticulous resulting in a perfect anatomical reproduction of the human skull.

The artists hyperrealist style captures the minute details of in minature scale. painted as a tryptich this piece bookends the “three designer monkeys” story.

The artwork is a modern adaptation of the ancient Dutch Vanitas style, which invites the viewer to consider their mortality and questions the significance of placing value on material objects and physical beauty.

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