South Tyrolian artist Johannes Stötter, who is internationally known for his incredible fine art body painting illusions, has turned model Sara Costabiei into a stunning sea turtle swimming against a brilliant blue sea. Bodypainting & Photo: Johannes Stoetter Model: Sara Costabiei Production team: Daniel Stötter, Benjamin Stötter, Elisa Hochrainer, Bernie Kofler/Reframe Production
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In January 2016, South Tyrolian artist Johannes Stötter, internationally famous for his incredible self-taught bodypainting illusions, created a vibrantly colored angelfish using only one painted model who was able moved the fish’s tail fin just by wiggling her toes.
South Tyrolian artist Johannes Stötter, who is internationally known for his incredible bodypainting illusions, has created a gorgeous howling wolf out of three strategically placed female models who moved together gracefully to move the wolf’s head during vocalization .
In his latest work of body art, Italian artist Johannes Stötter (previously) has turned two female models into a wonderfully convincing chameleon. If you can’t discern the two of them, this behind-the-scenes video should help. photo by Johannes Stötter via WB Production, My Modern Metropolis
The parrot in this photo is actually a female model painted by Italian artist Johannes Stötter. He spent a month planning the parrot project and four hours painting it. For more of his incredible body art see our post from 2013. photos via Johannes Stötter via Daily Mail
South Tyrolian artist Johannes Stötter creates stunning body paintings in which his models are often completely camouflaged by body paint. In many of the works he uses body paint to blend his models into their surroundings. In other works he transforms bodies into animals, natural forms, and spiritual imagery. Stötter recently released a video of…