Bodypaint artist Johannes Stötter is famous for hiding the human body in the shape of animals with the perfect amount of shading and the right mixture of paint. This time he painted three women into a sculpture of a wolf. If you’re looking closely, you can see the shape of the person on the wolf’s belly and back. But the head of the wolf is so well done that it hides the last bodypainted person wonderfully.
The best part about bodypaint art is how everything can come together so nicely at the right angle, and even after you’ve seen it broken apart it still blends together seamlessly.
Here’s the artwork in video: