Body artist Natalie Fletcher used an airbrush to create a wonderfully disorienting series of 3D illusion body art.
Check out her website - there are several other sets, including a set of people blending into walls:
via Laughing Squid
Originally published in 1939, this revisionist farce attempts to rectify the “shameful” story of “a big blond nude trotting around the town on a horse” and Peeping Tom, the “illicit snooper.” The frothy, historical romp presents seven Lady Godivas (Ladies Godiva?) whose father, the Lord of Coventry, is thrown from a horse and killed. The noble daughters vow to postpone their marriages to the seven Peeping brothers until they discover “some new and worthy Horse Truth, of benefit to man.” This gives Seuss the opportunity to contrive the origins of such wisdoms as, “Don’t put the cart before the horse.”
A beautiful story of love, honor and scientific achievement has too long been gathering dust in the archives.
I attempted to draw the sexiest babes I could, but they came out looking absurd.
|From What Pet Should I Get, to be released summer 2015|
|Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the author of Sherlock Holmes|
|The Book o' the Brig|
|One of Frank Wiles' illustrations from The Strand magazine|
|A painting of Bannerfield's Bridge on display|
at the Selkirk Pop Up Community Museum
|Holmes and Watson, by Sidney Paget|