Gesine Marwedel is a German artist who creates beautiful and terrifying paintings on models who serve her as canvases.
The most part of Gesine’s works turns people into animals, elements of landscape and other things. Some of the author’s paintings are so illusory that looks like there’s no person at all in the picture. Gesine says that beside its aesthetics, body painting also has therapeutic properties. To prove that, she now writes a book about the link between body painting and therapy.