Johannes Stoetter's body art.

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The world's best body painter plays tricks with the mind with incredible body art in which his subjects disappear into their backgrounds. Visual wiz Johannes Stoetter has replaced canvas with the human body, transforming his living models into objects inspired by the natural world.
Visual wiz Johannes Stoetter has replaced canvas with the human body, transforming his living models into objects inspired by the natural world.
Johannes, 35, spends up to five months painstakingly planning and perfecting each of his amazing creations. Each work of art then takes up to eight hours to complete using special breathable paint.
Frog-otten art: The latest and most impressive creations is a lifelike tropical tree frog using five people to recreate the animal's body, legs arms and head
The stunning creations, which include fruit made from painted heads, have earned Johannes the world bodypainting title. The latest and most impressive creations is a lifelike tropical tree frog using five people to recreate the animal's body, legs arms and head. Johannes, from South Tyrol in Italy, said: 'I did my first bodypainting experiment in 2000.
Owl does he do it? Each work of art then takes up to eight hours to complete using special breathable paint
'Five years earlier I had the idea to paint a human body but it took me until I was 23 to try it.'The experience was so special that I wanted to do it again immediately - I wanted to try it with different colours, a different model and a different motive.'I couldn't imagine that there would be a way to earn money with bodypainting, but nevertheless, I was totally convinced that I wanted to do it - I felt that it was my way.
Owl does he do it? Each work of art then takes up to eight hours to complete using special breathable paintGet you head around this: The stunning creations, which include fruit made from painted heads, have earned Johannes the world bodypainting titleWood you believe it? Johannes, 35, spends up to five months painstakingly planning and perfecting each of his amazing creationsJohannes Stötter Rock IllusionRelated imageRelated imageRelated imageRelated imageImage result for johannes stoetter daughterRelated imageImage result for johannes stoetter daughterRelated imageImage result for johannes stoetter daughterImage result for johannes stoetter daughterUse yer melon: Johannes says he observes 'the world, nature, colours and shapes with very clear eyes and an open heart'Tip the scales: He says bodypainting is 'special' because the artwork is alive and can oveTip the scales: He says bodypainting is 'special' because the artwork is alive and can oveTip the scales: He says bodypainting is 'special' because the artwork is alive and can move Expert: Johannes, from South Tyrol in Italy did his first bodypainting experiment in 2000