Johannes Stötter is without a doubt, one brilliant master at the art of camouflage.

In this body of work, he takes the art to an extreme with images that you won’t believe are painted bodies.

A world champion body painter, the 35-year-old Italy based artist paints a woman into a parrot in just 4 hours and the results are spectacular.

Have a look at his work (above) and those of other masterful artiste below:

Road to hell: Artist Edgar Mueller transformed an ordinary street in his native Germany into an apocalyptic scene that could have come straight out of a Hollywood movie. Mueller created the 3D art work for a street painting contest.
Road to hell: Artist Edgar Mueller transformed an ordinary street in his native Germany into an apocalyptic scene that could have come straight out of a Hollywood movie. Mueller created the 3D art work for a street painting contest.
Sliding building: This derelict building actually looks like it is sliding into the street but is in fact a work of art by Alex Chinneck.
Sliding building: This derelict building actually looks like it is sliding into the street but is in fact a work of art by Alex Chinneck.
Frog: Stötter put his talent to good work again when he created this stunning frog in the rain forest. One of his more ambitious projects, he used five models.
Frog: Stötter put his talent to good work again when he created this stunning frog in the rain forest. One of his more ambitious projects, he used five models.
Tiger: Body artist Craig Tracy, from New Orleans, Louisiana, created this crouching tiger out of three naked women who spent a whole day posing for him. The South China tiger piece was made to raise awareness of the endangered species. Tracy, who has got a host of celebrity clients, says he is never short of models willing to pose for him and has painted hundreds of bodies.
Tiger: Body artist Craig Tracy, from New Orleans, Louisiana, created this crouching tiger out of three naked women who spent a whole day posing for him. The South China tiger piece was made to raise awareness of the endangered species. Tracy, who has got a host of celebrity clients, says he is never short of models willing to pose for him and has painted hundreds of bodies.
Banana split: London based advertising photographer Ray Massey joined forces with talented body painting experts Annie Miller and Annie Ralli to create this banana split with a difference. A model's hands have been painted yellow and her finger nails brown to create the tip.
Banana split: London based advertising photographer Ray Massey joined forces with talented body painting experts Annie Miller and Annie Ralli to create this banana split with a difference. A model’s hands have been painted yellow and her finger nails brown to create the tip.
Pencil pot: In another of Massey's photographs, a model's hands and fingers are painted to look like a pot of brightly coloured pens and pencils.
Pencil pot: In another of Massey’s photographs, a model’s hands and fingers are painted to look like a pot of brightly coloured pens and pencils.
Johannes Stötter has taken the art of camouflage to the extreme. As our photographs show, this looks like a parrot sat on it's perch but a take a closer look and you will see it's actually a painted woman.
Johannes Stötter has taken the art of camouflage to the extreme. As our photographs show, this looks like a parrot sat on it’s perch but a take a closer look and you will see it’s actually a painted woman.



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