Monday, January 22, 2007

Amazing Hand Painting Art



















Guido Daniele's amazing Hand Painting Art. Guido Daniele was born in Soverato (CZ - Italy) and now lives and works in Milan. Since 1964 until 1968 he attended Brera artistic High School and he graduated from Brera School of Arts (major in sculpturing) in 1972. In 1972 he started working as hyper-realistic illustrator, in co-operation with major editing and advertising companies, using and testing different painting techniques. In 1990 he added a new artistic experience to his previous ones: using the "body painting" technique he creates and paints models bodies for different situations such as advertising pictures and commercials, fashion events and exhibitions.
Official Home Page: guidodaniele.com

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56 comments:

Chickadeeva said...

Wow -these are amazing. Thank you for sharing!

Ambrozo said...

It's interesting, who's the author?

Lara said...

If i remember correctly, these are for a Kahula print ad.

art

Sean McManus said...

Those are impressive. The best ones are the ones where the shape of the hand or the skin texture works for the animal (like the elephant and giraffe). The painting of a cat on the hand seems a bit pointless.

Osiris said...

If the next fair I go to has this instead of face painting I'm going to be a tiger and an elephant. But the tiger won't eat the elephant because the elephant is bigger and the tiger will be scared. I will act this out through the medium of naked painted hands, and it will be fun. Yeppers.

creative-type dad said...

Wow- really cool!

Some are scary though. I wouldn't want one of those nearby when I wake up in the morning.

Amos said...

You may want to actually post the author of the paintings: http://www.guidodaniele.com/

Ben Dalziel said...

Amazing stuff. Really creative, like the giraffe best

noMad said...

here's the wbsite of the author:
http://www.guidodaniele.com/

Tara Marie said...

Truly amazing,,,,,what a gift of talent to create incredible art.

rbielun said...

i'm no animal lover but boy do i have a thing for hands with animals painted on them! great stuff!

littlebitofsonshine said...

Just wow Bless you for sharing such great art and use of a medium as hands just WOW!!!!

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andrea joseph's sketchblog said...

Wow wow and wow again. These are AMAZING! Thank you.

silky said...

amazing work ...

Manny said...

cool beans. they look so real.

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Great pictures

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Victor said...

really impressive.

CreditPir said...

I have never seen such masterpieces before and really impressed. Amazing! Thank you

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minikperi said...

good news sir. thank you

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Jill Deiling said...

these are absolutely amazing!!

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ziadkhadijah said...

the pictures are so awesome! i love them! wee! have a nice day!

Penny said...

HAIL! AMAZING work of ART! very interesting..hope to see more of this..could i link on your blog?

twerdd said...

WOW!! I'm speechless! These are absolutely amazing. It makes me itch to try it myself! =]

Shivalaya said...

hi wow man ur just beyond imagination. damm good

Joshua Rice said...

Incredible. I like the elephant the best, but they are all skillfully executed.

Manendra Kumar Parimal said...

Wow... so nice painting.:)

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Wondy said...

These are absolutely amazing!

pwneet said...

Wow I love this. The Elephant is my favorite.

lyncat said...

YOUR HAND ART IS SO AWSOME, I WANT TO PRINT
THEM AND HANG THEM ON MY WALLS.

I WILL NEXT VISIT YOUR WEBSITE CAUSE I HAVE
TO LET YOU KNOW PERSONALLY HOW THESE
HAVE TOUCHED MY HEART.

THANK YOU FOR SHARING.

Anonymous said...

Oh my goodness- these are so cool! I can't believe how detailed they are!

Anonymous said...

Sean McManus, the point of the cat painted on the hand was to show us the way the artist applies the art to the hand in the outstretched position. If you'll notice, right below that image is the cat with the fingers tucked in... the final product.

Nico "The Moose" O'Houllihan said...

ooooooooo Sean McManus burrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrnnnnn

Sunny said...

I think the depth, texture, colour and artistic integrity is amazing. I will definitely recommend this site to others.

Anonymous said...

Ive seen dees tings since i was 3! and im 10! im always amazed evry 2 yrs i get 2 c dem.

clipping path said...

Awesome!!! gr8 job!!!
Thanks a lot for sharing!!!

JACK said...

I love this art its really so nice

Amol said...

The most amazing creativity seen...its awsome. Sir your experience is very visible in the form of ART you deal...Its great

Cindy said...

Amazing.That's so real.

cindy said...

They are so amazing.I'm impressed by the cat one.hahha

verline said...

wow......so fantastic.......i love it...more!!!!!!!!!!!

icharose said...

very very amazing...............

prateek said...

amazin art.......totalyy impreesed....keep up the good wrk goin......want some more

TheFarmGal said...

Absolutely stunning art.

Abby Alvy said...

this is sooooo cool :)

Anonymous said...

this is the most amazing thing ever!!!!!!!

Cynthia said...

Freakin awesome hand paintings!!!!

Anonymous said...

Guido. . .your work is truely inspiring and inspired!! Thank you! WisestofCrones

Grace | labor posters said...

I fell in love with hand painting since I'm in grade school. The thing I like about it is that it widens one's imagination.

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