Guido Daniele developed a technique for painting bodies in 1990. Since then, he has painted numerous works of art on models for advertising campaigns and fashion exhibitions. During Guido Daniele's work sessions, the models must avoid moving any fingers for up to an outstanding ten hours. Born in Soverato, Guido Daniele now resides in Milan, Italy.
Many of his brilliant artistic creations were commissioned by various advertising agencies or organizations such as the World Wildlife Fund. The slogan of "Give a hand to wildlife" is very fitting.
From displays of vibrant hues to darker complexions, it is amazing how vivid each hand painting becomes. Regardless if the texture required fur, scales, or the tough hide of elephants, artist Guido Daniele was able to accurately match all surface consistencies. The eyes are especially well done in these hand paintings. Daniele has redefined hand painting into masterful work of art.