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038 Shlomit Migay - Everybody Bleeds the Same 2

“You’re literally painting with light, and when that painting is on a person it’s as if the light is inside of them shining out.” | This Artist Uses The Human Body As A Canvas For His Black-Light Art

This Artist Uses The Human Body As A Canvas For His Black Light Art

This is a collection of Black Light Bodyscapes by artist and photographer John Poppleton

This Artist Uses The Human Body As A Canvas For His Black-Light Art

This Artist Uses The Human Body As A Canvas For His Black Light Art

John Poppleton UV Body Painting from "LSD (London Street-Art Design ) Magazine"

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Using people as canvases…

Alexa Meade paints portraits on the human body that turn real life people…

21-year-old face painter and aspiring body artist Lisha Simpson uses her skin as a mutable canvas to make her fairytale-like tableaux. In some designs, she creates carefully shaded and proportioned illustrations that appear to pop off the palm of her hand as if she’s holding true 3D objects, from miniature books to Polaroids to paper cranes. …

Body Artist Paints Surreal Optical Illusions Down Her Own Arms

face painter and aspiring body artist Lisha Simpson uses her skin as a mutable canvas to make her fairytale-like tableaux.

Today the Department of Astonishing Optical... | Archie McPhee's Endless Geyser of AWESOME!

Today the Department of Astonishing Optical Illusions wants to join in this marvelous Danse Macabre created by San Diego-based body paint artist Dewayne Flowers. Flowers and his partner painted each other as skeletons and then completed the illusion.

21-year-old face painter and aspiring body artist Lisha Simpson uses her skin as a mutable canvas to make her fairytale-like tableaux. In some designs, she creates carefully shaded and proportioned illustrations that appear to pop off the palm of her hand as if she’s holding true 3D objects, from miniature books to Polaroids to paper cranes. Even more intriguing, however, are the optical illusions she applies down her forearms. Simpson visually “carves” parts of her limbs away by painting…

Body Artist Paints Surreal Optical Illusions Down Her Own Arms

face painter and aspiring body artist Lisha Simpson uses her skin as a mutable canvas to make her fairytale-like tableaux.

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