If you’ve ever heard of “Earth porn,” this isn’t exactly it.
Some photographers snap pictures of pretty landscapes, but Swiss-born Italian artist Filippo Ioco uses nature as a canvas to subtly explore artistic nudity.
His landscapes include nude models painted to resemble their surroundings. Sometimes the people are very well-hidden, while other times they stick out rather obviously.
Why hide naked models among rocks, cliffs and trees? Ioco says he hopes that spotting the nudes will help people better accept the nude human form as art.
“Bodypainting will never save the world, but it’s presence will certainly change the way society around the world views and embraces artistic nudity,” Ioco wrote on his website.
If nature photography isn’t your thing, Ioco has also shot pieces with naked people as cocktails, desserts and wild animals.
Can you spot all all the nudes in Ioco’s images below?
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