Be sure to do a double-take for all of these images... Things might not be what they seem!
Hack's work reminds me of that wallpaper scene from Garden State:
A New Orleans artist who spends 9 or more hours at a time painting a single volunteer to be his subject. These ones were the most challenging for my eyes to adjust to, especially the cheetah:
I found her book Paint-A-Licious in a model home maybe four or five years ago when Street of Dreams was in Douglasville, GA. I bought it soon after and it's been a treat to crack open every once in a while. Apparently she does some big gigs now, including painting Heidi Klum for Sports Illustrated, Madonna's latest album cover, and some other high-profile works:
Meade takes things in a completely different direction from the other 3 artists featured in this post. She creates spaces for her subjects to inhabit and paints them using an impressionist style:
Bolin was featured on the Yahoo! front page a few weeks ago, and now NPR has done a segment on him, too. He's a Chinese artist that does some amazing body art, all in an attempt to blend in: