This is one of those experimental/goofing around shots that turned out better than expected and I figured I'd share. I hadn't taken any pictures for several days and was just wanting to snap a few. So I went into the dining room and saw this vase and flowers. I used my poor man's background/hair lighting set up (an $8 portable clamp light fixture and a daylight temperature CFL bulb) mounted on a chair to cast the light down from camera left. The original composition was in portrait orientation and included the entire vase, which was sort of meh. But when I zoomed into the flowers, I saw the painterly effect from the HDR treatment and said, "wow." So, I cropped it. I also added an overlay texture which you can see as sort of plaster-like waves in the wall.
Here's the kicker: The flowers are not real; they're silks from the craft store. So, I created a faux-painting effect of fake flowers. And that's the idea behind the title. Tyrell is the name of the corporation in Blade Runner that manufactures Replicants ("More Human Than Human"). A fancy-sounding name for a bunch of fake stuff.