Artist Filippo Ioco travels the world to produce his spectacular body painting series called Landscapes. In it, nude models are cloaked in natural-colored pigments and posed in settings like red rock deserts, sandy beaches, and vasts woodlands, their camouflage so expertly applied that they seamlessly blend in with their surroundings.
It's often hard to spot the figures in Ioco's photographs, and only after a thorough examination do you see them acting as the branch of a tree or the smoothed curve of a large rock. Browsing through the series can feel a bit like Where's Waldo? So, how many of the painted models can you spot?
And here's an easy one: