Looking at these street scenes, at the first moment we may think that we have photographs in front of us.
However, all these plots, which bring to our attention the daily life of Manila (Philippines), are paintings.
Artist Ralvin Dyson spends a month and a half creating each scene, working five hours a day, five days a week.
The master chose watercolor as a tool, because he is sure that such paints best convey the soul and character of both people in paintings and objects.
Admirers of Ralvin’s talent each time look at his works with pleasure, showing moments that you can pass by without noticing anything. The artist is praised for the fact that he is able to stop, notice something interesting on the street – and then immortalize what he saw with another watercolor painting.
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