Jorg Dusterwald is an artist who uses his paint and models in very interesting ways. His art isn’t only art, it’s also an optical illusion. Jorg uses his models as props, and seamlessly blends them into the world around them. His art work is combined with photography to create a camouflage body paint. It can be very difficult to spot these models because his body painting is so well done that you can’t tell where the nature ends and his models body begins. The first picture is definitely the best example of this type of camouflage body paint. The rest make it pretty easy to spot Jorg’s models. The painting and photography are top-notch however.
Can you find the model in this picture?
The model has been effortlessly blended into the leaves on the ground and then into the tree her upper torso is leaning against.
The images were taken by photographer Tschiponnique Skupin in a forest in Lower Saxony, Germany. The landscape is absolutely gorgeous.
The model’s name is Nadine. It would take a lot of courage to be completely naked doing a photo shoot like this in the cold outdoors.
She doesn’t really look like she is hiding for this one.
Jorg has been doing art projects for 20 years now. He also applies his creativity to different type of art projects as well.
Nadine is pre-painted, then Jorg adds other elements around her to make sure she blends in the best she can.
This artistic style is pretty unique and really does blend in well with the settings for these photographs. Jorg has painted models into many other types of backgrounds as well. He has used car garages, music shops and fishing ports. Not everyone will appreciate this kind of art, but there is no denying is incredibly unique.
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