Textural illusion in oil paintings.

I enjoy creating textural illusion in oil paintings. A few examples follow:

Rock of Ages.
(oil on styrofoam)
Crumpled paper.
Crumpled paper.
(oil on canvas)
torn and lightly-used sandpaper
Torn and lightly-used sandpaper.
(oil on canvas)
steel wool
Steel wool.
(oil on canvas)
aluminum foil
Wrinkled aluminum foil
(oil on canvas)

This piece has as its canvas linen cloth that resembles prisoner uniform cloth used in Nazi prison camps:

Stopp folkemordet
Stopp folkemordet!
(Stop the genocide!)
(oil on linen / prison uniform cloth)

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