Touch Tuesday 21 April, 2015 In Art Touch is a series of hyperreal paintings by Korean artist Kwangho Lee. the odd thing about cacti is that you actually DO want to touch them, in all their weird, rubbery, spiky, fluffy glory. you know you shouldn’t, but you just kinda want to. Related posts: Floralia ferdinand hodler rudolf schlichter ArtcactushyperrealismKwangho Leepaintingtouch 7 Comments Bridget 5 years ago Reply These are STUNNING. @faucethead 5 years ago Reply These hyper-realistic paintings are just about the only cactus we want to touch: http://t.co/FMJPmcyCof http://t.co/I396FLnSgi shelly 5 years ago Reply wow it’s hard to believe they aren’t photographs. just amazing. Dee W. 5 years ago Reply As a desert lady, born and raised in Arizona, I appreciate the subject matter and the realism of these pieces. Cacti come in so many beautiful forms! Dee | http://www.daundra.com/blog miranda 5 years ago Reply The ones with the peach fuzz on them got to me. Some people have such unreal amounts of talent I just need to pinch myself. Mun 5 years ago Reply So so gorgeous… and the paint work and details are simply amazing! The Fox + The Knife 5 years ago Reply These paintings are really something. I agree, it is had to believe they are not photographs. So beautiful, anyway. Thanks for sharing. Charlotte Reply To @faucethead Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.