Polish artist Mateusz Urbanowicz can draw Japan in a shockingly realistic way. And the artist's attention to detail in his portfolio truly distinguishes him as an elite illustrator. 

The artist is also known as Mattō, and several of the illustrated stills below come from his captivating five-minute short, "Right Places." Urbanowicz flawlessly draws Japanese restaurant interaction, day-to-day commuting, and nightlife.

Most impressively, the artist makes everyday objects like train tracks, cobblestone streets, park benches, and even empty roads interesting. A mark of a great artist is someone who makes you appreciate things you might not have noticed before, and Mateusz Urbanowicz knows how to do that as well as anyone. 

Watch Seo In Guk and Shin Sung Rok use face reading to place a rightful king on the throne in The King’s Face:

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