Nineteen year old Japanese artist, Chooo-San, has released some pretty incredible lifelike illusionary artwork that she did with paint.
The first year Musashino Art University student uses only acrylic paints to create these realistic images.
The teenager first gained national attention over the summer when she painted images of misplaced mouths and eyes to human body. This time around, she painted lifelike zippers, buttons, electrical outlets and switches along with shoelaces to skin of her friends to give the illusion they are bursting at the seams.
The ironic thing about this, Chooo-San has not been painting that long. The teenager discovered her talent one day while doodling on her arms while studying for her college admission exams.
“I don’t really have a reason why I started doing those pictures,” the teenager recently said in an interview. “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.”
She said her work is “all done with acrylic paints” and she doesn’t “use computers or anything to change the picture afterwards.”
Now this is talent.