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Human images made to look like motorcycles.    http://hiconsumption.com/2012/10/body-paint-yoga-expert-women-transformed-into-motorcycles/?utm_source=scribol.com_medium=referral_campaign=scribol.com

Human images made to look like motorcycles. http://hiconsumption.com/2012/10/body-paint-yoga-expert-women-transformed-into-motorcycles/?utm_source=scribol.com_medium=referral_campaign=scribol.com

Smallest ever car to go into mass production was the fascinating "Peel" P50 car (you could almost carry it as a suitcase)

Smallest ever car to go into mass production was the fascinating "Peel" P50 car (you could almost carry it as a suitcase)

Amazing Body Art Illusions By Trina Merry

Amazing Body Art Illusions By Trina Merry (Bored Panda)

The models are covered with natural, hypoallergenic paints, which is touched up once they are in position

The models are covered with natural, hypoallergenic paints, which is touched up once they are in position

Make-Up Artist: Trina Merry //  For other great make-up by Trina Merry, see Make-Up Artist magazine Issue 100.

Make-Up Artist: Trina Merry // For other great make-up by Trina Merry, see Make-Up Artist magazine Issue 100.

Body art has become very popular in the media, but the works of Trina Merry from San Francisco and Emma Hack from Adelaide (Australia) has raised the bar even higher. By combining their amazing body painting skills and the athleticism of their models, the two artists managed to transform groups of people into a wrecked car and three different types of motorcycles.

Body art has become very popular in the media, but the works of Trina Merry from San Francisco and Emma Hack from Adelaide (Australia) has raised the bar even higher. By combining their amazing body painting skills and the athleticism of their models, the two artists managed to transform groups of people into a wrecked car and three different types of motorcycles.

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