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Gisene Marwedel Turns Her Subjects into Birds, Tigers and Whales

 - Jan 17, 2014
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It is astounding what can be done with the human body, especially when Gisene Marwedel lays her hand (or, more accurately, her paintbrush) on one. Taking body art to the next level, Gisene Marwedel transforms her subjects into stunning animals including birds, tigers and whales. Of course, she doesn't stop there. She has also depicted nighttime skylines as well as desert scenes horizontally across naked forms.

Based in Dortmund, Germany, Gisene Marwedel was introduced to the art of body painting in India while volunteering in a children's home. More specifically, she was introduced to the art of Henna. Although she is now a speech therapist by day, body art has also become a full-time hobby of sorts. Entering competitions and events, Gisene Marwedel has worked for many industries.