Jeremy Geddes is an artist from Melbourne, Australia. It creates truly amazing hyper-realistic pictures. How does he do it?

As a rule, most artists make a composition of their paintings so that the most important and interesting is in the center, the proportion of the tone, color, and general plan is observed. All this keeps the viewer’s eyes on the picture. However, Jeremy Geddes finds such a technique trite, hackneyed and uninteresting.

In his works, the intriguing moment, the detail that interested the viewer, are located outside the picture itself, beyond the frame of what is happening. The viewer can only speculate, to understand for himself what is going on behind the frame. And this is really unusual, because, the viewer himself becomes the author, co-creator of the universe …