10 Amazing And Beautiful Works Of Art On Pregnant Bellies
The human body has been used as a canvas for quite sometime now. Most people prefer the female form simply because it is a lot more beautiful, symmetrical and interesting. A unique form of body art is now becoming popular that involves painting elaborate pieces while using the curvature of a pregnant belly. This unique shape that a woman adorns during pregnancy has given numerous artists a new area to explore in the field of body art. Here is a list of 10 amazing pieces of art executed on pregnant bellies.
This beautiful piece of art was created by the team at Livingbrush Bodypainting. The brilliant use of patterns and colors make this piece stand out.
Mother And Child Giraffe
This nature-oriented piece showcases a mother and baby giraffe embracing each other gently and gracefully.
This piece was created by artist Danny Quirk who relies on photorealism and water colors to give his work a unique touch. He used liquid latex, acrylic paints and sharpies to add greater depth and detailing to his work.
Star Wars Fan
This ode to ‘Star Wars’ was created by Roustan Body Paint and was picked by a dad who is a big fan of the series.
This extremely realistic piece almost blends into the background simply because of the rich colors and textures created by the artist.
Artist Marieke Crone collaborated with Dutch photographer Leonie Versantvoort to create this piece that is nearly anatomically correct.
An Ode To Theo
This piece was created by Simon Schaffrath with the help of his wife. They made this as a tribute to their first son, Theo, who was expected shorty.
A Greener Ode To Theo
This is another piece that Simon Schaffrath worked on with his wife. The choice of setting and topography were completely different in order to the make the pieces more interesting.
Inspired By Up
Anyone who has seen the Pixar film ‘Up’ will instantly recognize this piece as a tribute to the film.
Stunning Full-Body work
This absolutely gorgeous piece was also made by the body art studio Livingbrush.