Eccentric Yet Amazing Body Art Done by a 19-year-old Japanese Girl Choo-San

September 17, 2013 in Art, Body Art, Drawing, Painting

Her boredom with the digitally enhanced photographs drove a 19-year-old Japanese girl to work on her artistic talent in body art. Student Choo-San from the Musashino Art University in Tokyo, Japan left an incredible impression when she painted attention-grabbing images on the human body. Choo-San discovered her body art talent after sketching eyes on the back of her own hand during study breaks for the university admission exams. She further developed her painting skills on other people resulting to eerie yet remarkable images of several eyes on the face as well as batteries, zippers, laces and buttons on the body.

“I don’t really have a reason why I started doing those pictures. But I guess I was a little sick of everyone making pictures with their computers and wanted to see how far I can go without those technologies such as Photoshop,” Choo-San explained. The talented Japanese artist revealed that all of her work is done with the use of acrylic paints. “They are all painted on skin directly and I don’t use computers or anything to change the picture afterwards,” Choo-San shared. The meticulously painted weird images undeniably astonish the people who saw Choo-San’s work of art. Here are some of our favourites…

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