by Kenny Ong in New Art on Saturday 2 August 2014

The human body has inspired and provided empty canvasses for various artists the likes of Gesine Marwedel, Johannes Stoetter, Emma Fay and Guido Daniele, who have collectively painted some pretty amazing and organic animal forms on their human subjects. Through their masterful vision and vivid illusions, various parts of their models’ bodies have become the graceful arch of a giraffe’s back, the smooth flank of a tropical fish, and the intricate texture of a gliding python.

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