25 Body Art Illusions Done With Acrylic Paint By Hiraku Cho.

An illustrator and graphic designer by trade, Tokyo-born artist 趙 燁(ちょう ひかる) Hiraku Cho, plays with applying acrylic paint directly on the skin, giving the illusion of human forms invaded by technology, fruit and even other humans.

Admitted to Musashino Art University, Department of Visual Communication Design in 2012, these images reflect the theme of Unusual Art, in which she was assigned to design images with body paint depicting the following subjects: clothing, eyes, realistic body parts, illustration, three-dimensions, and video.


Hiraku at work:

The result:

The artist is as beautiful as her work (portrait of Hiraku Cho courtesy of facebook):

all images courtesy and ©Hiraku Cho

You can find more of her work on her website at Hiraku Cho

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