Artist Kira Ayn Varszegi has taken a clever approach with her style of painting by substituting conventional paintbrushes with her breasts. While some might expect the result to be a splattered abstraction on a canvas, Varszegi's paintings are so beautifully done you wouldn't have guessed she used anything but a paintbrush to create them.
Varszegi's methodology to using her 38DD breasts as paintbrushes is actually quite simple. She covers her breasts in paint and presses them against a canvas to create Jackson Pollock-like technicolor works of abstract expressionism. Varszegi's pieces are incredibly detailed and meticulous. The paintings feature vibrant swirls, technicolor drips and repetitive geometric patterns. To date, Varszegi has sold at least one of her paintings in each American state.