Artist Uses Her Hands As A Canvas To Show Her Hidden Worlds – Design You Trust

Artist Uses Her Hands As A Canvas To Show Her Hidden Worlds

Golsa Goldchini, an artist born in Tehran and now living in Milan, also creates art in an uncommon place. She paints miniature and realistic paintings on her own hands. Her art is very colorful and full of detail. The little paintings look like they’re popping off of her hand. Golsa creates all sorts of interesting art on unusual mediums, unleashing her creativity in many different ways.

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