Painting can often be seen as a purely 2D form of art. However, Riusake Fukahori has produced a series of works which completely alters that perception.
The results are astonishingly realistic and look so lifelike that it appears almost as though he has placed actual goldfish into the resin. I like how this breaks down the barrier of how painting can often be seen. It is generally considered to be an old profession, an old way of working, and one which is confined to 2D. In the modern world of computer graphics and three dimensional forms, it is good to see old methods being reimagined.