Talented Japanese artist, Hikaru Cho , took part in Amnesty International’s global campaign ‘My Body My Rights’ by creating a series of stunning body paintings.
The series depicts real people with incredibly realistic illustrations painted on their skin,as a part of the ‘My Body My Rights’ campaign. Using just paint and a paintbrush, Hikaru Cho somehow manages to create amazing body paintings that trick the eye and replace normal body parts with evocative imagery.
Even though these paintings might remind you of characters out of a horror movie, they actually carry a much deeper meaning and depict real-life problems that people face. body paintings
“You have the right to live free from rape and sexual violence.”
“You have the right to choose if or when, you have children”
“You have the right to know and learn about your body, sexual health and relationships”
“You have the right to sexual and reproductive health services”
“You have the right to choose who you love.”
Surprisingly this talented artist is just 21 years old. She is studying at Musashino Art University but she is building a professional career alongside her studies. Hikaru Cho did not just work on this project, but many more. Here is some of her previous works: