Now You See It, Now You Don’t

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It’s not a bird. This parrot is in fact a female model who posed for Johannes Stötter, a fine art body painter. Using breathable paint, he spent hours painstakingly turning this woman into the image of a parrot, brushstroke by brushstroke.The model’s arm forms the parrot’s head and beak, and her legs form the wing

Parrot-Female

It’s not a bird. This parrot is in fact a female model who posed for Johannes Stötter, a fine art body painter. Using breathable paint, he spent hours painstakingly turning this woman into the image of a parrot, brushstroke by brushstroke.The model’s arm forms the parrot’s head and beak, and her legs form the wing and tail feathers. Remember: always take a closer look as things aren’t always what they appear to be.

Once you see her, the bird disappears.

Look at more of Johannes Stötter’s exceptional art: johannesstoetterart.com

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