Canadian Artist Transforms Herself Into Superman

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Photo by Jeff McIntosh / The Canadian Press via AP Photo

Canadian artist Kay Pike poses for a photo after she transformed herself using body paint and latex into Superman at her home in Calgary, Alberta. The Canadian artist turns her body into different characters for an Internet audience.

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Photo by Jeff McIntosh / The Canadian Press via AP Photo

Pike is a fan of cosplay, in which participants wear costumes to represent a character from anime, comic books, cartoons, video games or movies. After sitting as a body paint model for a friend, Pike realized she could still dress up without having to make a costume.

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Photo by Jeff McIntosh / The Canadian Press via AP Photo

Pike refers to all her creations as her “little paint children”. She said it would be boring and lonely to do the painting without an audience.

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Photo by Jeff McIntosh / The Canadian Press via AP Photo

“At the end, it’s a little sad to wash it off”, she says.

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Photo by Jeff McIntosh / The Canadian Press via AP Photo

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Photo by Jeff McIntosh / The Canadian Press via AP Photo

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Photo by Jeff McIntosh / The Canadian Press via AP Photo

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