Artist Carrie Preston has chosen pregnant bellies as the canvas for her art. She paint pregnant bellies because it allows expressing herself freely and its relaxing and fun. It takes about 2 hours to complete a bump session.
Brazilian artist Herbert Baglione painted ghostly shadows in abandoned psychiatric hospital. These flowing black silhouettes in a ruined facility in Parma, Italy are part of a larger collection entitled ’1000 Shadows,’ reflecting the essence of darkness that is often left behind in neglected places.
Face painting is a great source of entertainment, children and even adults can’t resist on getting in on the fun! New Zealand-based body painting artist Christy Lewis, aka Daizy, takes face painting art to the next level.
Using bags of colored sand artist Joe Mangrum has been painting the streets of New York since 2006. The lifespan of these paintings is not very long because they tend to disappear by wind and other weather conditions. Artist spends up to 8 hours on these beautiful sand paintings.
Japanese artist Hikaru Cho paints amazingly realistic exteriors to camouflage food in his series, entitled “Its Not What It Seems”. What you’re looking at here may seem like food – and it is – but it’s not what you think, her artwork realizes us how we see everyday objects from outer looks and shapes.