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Toxic Holocaust “Acid Fuzz” Video by Adam Avilla

Adam Avilla is an amazing animator and director from the SF Bay Area. Here’s his latest mind-bender, a video for Portland based Toxic Holocaust.

I swear I’ve been there before…

Developed between the 1960′s and 70′s, photorealism is the artists attempt in creating a painting that is so realistic that it is often mistaken for a photograph. Pretty obvious in the name, huh? Anyways, artist Steven Albert is a prominent photorealism painter who did a series focused on San Francisco graffiti. Take a look and see if you can recognize some of the locations. Seeing as how San¬†Franciscans love walking and/or biking everywhere, you’re bound to guess the streets these pieces pay homage too. Actually, theres probably a couple walls that has been featured on this site. Enough rambling, scroll down!