Artist Turns Women Bodies Into Chameleon By Painting!Translate

3 year ago · Madiha Waqas · 0 Comment
Categories: Animals · Art · Creativity · Inspiration · Video     Tags: Painting · Artist · Body · Women · Chameleon
Johannes Stötter is artist, musician and fine art bodypainter. Born and based in South Tyrol (Italy). As a fully autodidactic artist Johannes developed his painting style and his bodypainting technique without any relation to other bodypainting artists and their work. He joined the international bodypainting community in 2009 at the World Bodypainting Festival in Austria, where he took part at the bodypainting world championship for the first time.

The artist has created a video to show us exactly how his amazing illusory body art “unfolds,” showing us the full transition from the chameleon we think we see in his art to the two painted women that actually compose the image.

It took Stötter 4 hours to design the piece and 6 to actually paint it, with the help of an assistant. He has an incredible talent when it comes to transforming or hiding the human body (we’ve written about his work before here and here). Depending on the subject, he either skillfully hides his models’ lines and curves or uses them to emphasize or supplement the forms he’s trying to create.

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