Artist Uses Body Paint To Create A 2D Superhero Visual Illusion

Artist Uses Body Paint To Create A 2D Superhero Visual Illusion
Design

Kay Pike is the pioneer of a new art form she calls Cospaint

Andrew Conrad
  • 31 january 2017

Kayleen Pike has a superpower. It’s called Cospaint, which is a mash-up of cosplay and body paint.

thanos.jpg

At first glance, her creations seem to be two-dimensional, photo realistic comic book drawings. But then the drawings move.

Piccolo Bodypaint Animation ~Fangirling

The Canadian artist has been teaching herself to draw and paint since an early age, and developed her mind bending body paint techniques through trial and error.

Cryptkeeper Bodypaint -KayPikeFashion

She is now a self-proclaimed “full-time live streamer,” displaying her work on Twitch.tv.

Doctor Strange Bodypaint

For more of Pike’s work, follow her on Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube.

Kathleen Pike

Kayleen Pike has a superpower. It’s called Cospaint, which is a mash-up of cosplay and body paint.

thanos.jpg

At first glance, her creations seem to be two-dimensional, photo realistic comic book drawings. But then the drawings move.

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