Body paint artist Johannes Stötter creates a moving, howling wolf from three almost invisible naked people.
Just when you think you've seen the best that body painting people to make them look like animals has to offer—like two naked people making a chameleon—artist Johannes Stötter tops himself by reinventing the game with three naked people making a moving animal. A wolf. Made of people.
It's like shadow puppetry, except instead of a shadow, you're using your brightly lit and decoratively painted body. It's also clearly requires incredible talent by both the painter and the subjects who must hold these poses and create the wolf's movement. Ok, so it's basically the opposite of shadow puppetry, but that also means it's really cool (and NSFW if, y'know, technically naked people are a problem where you work):