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Wolf tattoo. Sink the Ink - Doylestown, PA by Brian Sanders

Wolf tattoo. Sink the Ink - Doylestown, PA by Brian Sanders

This Artist Uses The Human Body As A Canvas For His Black-Light Art

This Artist Uses The Human Body As A Canvas For His Black Light Art

This Artist Uses The Human Body As A Canvas For His Black-Light Art

“You’re literally painting with light, and when that painting is on a person it’s as if the light is inside of them shining out.” | This Artist Uses The Human Body As A Canvas For His Black-Light Art

This Artist Uses The Human Body As A Canvas For His Black Light Art

“You’re literally painting with light, and when that painting is on a person it’s as if the light is inside of them shining out.” | This Artist Uses The Human Body As A Canvas For His Black-Light Art

And the finished product! | This Artist Uses The Human Body As A Canvas For His Black-Light Art

And the finished product! | This Artist Uses The Human Body As A Canvas For His Black-Light Art

“Painting a sunset, for example, under black light is like witnessing a real sunset,” said Poppleton. | This Artist Uses The Human Body As A Canvas For His Black Light Art

“Painting a sunset, for example, under black light is like witnessing a real sunset,” said Poppleton. | This Artist Uses The Human Body As A Canvas For His Black Light Art

Photos like this always make me wish I lived somewhere you could actually leave furniture outdoors...

Photos like this always make me wish I lived somewhere you could actually leave furniture outdoors...

John Poppleton uses UV body paint to create scenes of nature and space, and then brings them to life under a black light.

This Artist Uses The Human Body As A Canvas For His Black Light Art

John Poppleton uses UV body paint to create scenes of nature and space, and then brings them to life under a black light.

Tattoo artist Chaim Machlev of DotsToLines uses the human body as a canvas for his incredibly beautiful assembly of flowing lines, and creates 3D-like designs.:

Tattoo artist Chaim Machlev of DotsToLines uses the human body as a canvas for his incredibly beautiful assembly of flowing lines, and creates 3D-like designs.:

“Black light and UV-reactive paints make the painting become the light source, thereby making it look realistic.” | This Artist Uses The Human Body As A Canvas For His Black Light Art

“Black light and UV-reactive paints make the painting become the light source, thereby making it look realistic.” | This Artist Uses The Human Body As A Canvas For His Black Light Art

Using her own skin as a canvas, British artist Eliza Bennett  has stitched into the palm of her hand using thread to create the appearance of an incredibly work worn hand.

Using her own skin as a canvas, British artist Eliza Bennett has stitched into the palm of her hand using thread to create the appearance of an incredibly work worn hand.

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