A mural artist from the Netherlands has painted a life-sized painting of his own body in the hopes that people will remember him for his art.
The painting, titled ‘Takumi no kakume’ or “My Body” in Japanese, was created in 2014 by artist Kijne van den Berg.
“I think it will be a big change,” van den Berg told AFP news agency.
“It’s a very emotional image.
It’s a message that the artist’s life and the artist himself will be remembered in a long time.”
The painting is the work of van den Bergh, who is also known as Kijnene, or the Painter.
The artist, who has also worked on murals for the Tokyo art museum and the Nelson art museum in New Zealand, has worked for more than 50 years and has painted more than a million murals worldwide.
Van den Berg has also created a work called “Gone” that depicts a naked man with a giant penis.
“I hope that the paintings will be seen as a message and a message to society,” he said.
“The message will be that we have to do something.
I hope that people can recognize the work and the artists themselves.”