A nude model managed to contort herself into the shape of a butterfly in order to create a piece of amazing optical illusion art.
But can you spot her in the image above?
You can see how artist Johannes Stötter achieved the impressive spectacle in the video below:
Stötter, an artist based in Northern Italy, spent hours making sure that he painted the woman exactly right so that the painting would trick the eyes of the viewer.
The artist has earned the remarkably apt nickname ‘Master of the Unseen’ due to his incredible illusion based artwork.
You can see an incredible interview with him here:
He’s passionate about nature, and loves creating images of animals, fruit and birds.
He explained: “First, I made a small sketch of the position, just a drawing with a pencil.
“Then I tested the position with a real person.”
“Afterwards, I created a bigger sketch and also added the colours and structures of the butterfly as I imagined it would look in the end.
“Then I painted the background with the big yellow flower. At the end I did the actual body painting.
“So far everyone has reacted very positively and many people agree that this is my best artwork so far.”
As you might imagine, this sort of art is not very easy to create – not only for the artist – but it works in the end.
Johannes continued: “The idea of the position happened quite suddenly and quickly, but the whole process was long and a lot of work.
“There are various challenging aspects such as finding the position and getting the model into position.
“Certain positions are also very challenging for the models.
“In my opinion though, this is my best or one of my very best works. I think it is a very beautiful picture, even if you don’t know that it is a body painting.”
The artist added: “When I designed it, I thought about who could fit in as a model.
“When Laura came to mind it was immediately clear for me that she was the right person.
“She is very nice, beautiful inside and outside and a strong, patient model.”
“I think Laura loved being the butterfly. Even though she had to go through the whole process five times, she remained calm and patient and did a wonderful job.
“It is of course difficult to hold a position for a long time. Certain body parts get really challenged.”