Hyper-realism was first coined as a term by a Belgian art dealer, as the title of an exhibition in his gallery in Brussels in 1973. The word was then adopted by art dealers and evolved into a genre. A well done hyper-realistic piece is always impressive. And such are the works of Argentinian illustrator Nestor Canavarro. His celebrity portraits are so vivid and detailed, it's almost hard to believe they're drawn with pencils.