Johannes Stotter's Work Amalgamates Humans with Nature

By: Paul Maccarone - Published: Jul 11, 2013 • References: johannesstoetterart & designtaxi
Incredible artist Johannes Stotter derives an entirely eerie concept of the connection between humans and nature. Using body paint to disguise the subjects as pineapples, rocks or even flower petals surely leaves a lasting impression.

One of the most jaw-dropping parts of Johannes Stotter's work is the video that's shown above. At first glance, the viewer truly believes they're looking at a frog. It's not until the subjects begin to move that one can discern the true nature of this one-of-a-kind amphibian.

Being able to trick the senses is an incredibly powerful tool. Just another lesson to never judge a book by its cover. Check out more of the wonderful work from Johannes Stotter on his website. Stats for Anthropomorphic Nature Artworks Trending: Older & Mild
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