Buzz·Posted on May 13, 2013Can You Spot The Bodies In These Paintings?Backs, bums, hands and tums turned into beautiful optical illusions.by Sam ParkerBuzzFeed ContributorFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Via getmadeup.com Double world champion body artist Carolyn Roper is the master of using the technique as a form of camouflage. Can you spot the person in this image? 2. Via getmadeup.com 3. Via getmadeup.com 4. craigtracy.com American artist Craig Tracy spends hours turning naked bodies into optical illusions. He's painted over 400 bodies in his career. 5. craigtracy.com 6. Via craigtracy.com 7. chadwickandspector.wordpress.com Texas-based photography duo Chadwick Gray and Laura Spector are the minds behind 'Museum Anatomy', a project that replicates 19th-century paintings on human canvases. 8. chadwickandspector.wordpress.com 9. Via chadwickandspector.wordpress.com 10. chooooosan.tumblr.com Choo-San is a Japanese student who specialises in creating slightly creepy human / machine hybrids using body paint. 11. chooooosan.tumblr.com 12. chooooosan.tumblr.com 13. Via guidodaniele.com Guido Daniele, a leading figure in body art since 1968, is the master of hand painting. His work has been used by some of the world's biggest advertising companies, as well as charities like WWF. 14. Via guidodaniele.com 15. Via guidodaniele.com 16. boredpanda.com German artist Gesine Marwedel turns people into animals. 17. boredpanda.com 18. boredpanda.com 19. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF tumblr.com Finally, here is Swedish makeup artist Sandra Holmbom's slightly unnerving 'eye mouth'. You see, and you thought bodies were just for walking around in.