Israeli artist Yigal Ozeri prefers Kodak moments rendered the old school way: on paint and paper. But a far cry from the oil portraits of yore, Ozeri’s creations are incredibly realistic and have (intended of not) an Instagram feel. He masterfully renders every contour and shadow, every sunspot and strand of windswept hair, so that it's almost impossible to tell that you’re not looking at photos. Each portrait scrupulously captures every last detail of the landscapes and the women who inhabit them. Ozeri doesn’t make his women pose for hours at a time. Instead, he photographs his subjects and crafts his ethereal hyperrealistic images from the images.