A strange technique adopted by a Chinese painter, who paints using his tongue as a brush
Never as this time could we say that this thirty-five-year-old artist, named Han Xiaoming, has a particular taste for art. It is no coincidence that he paints his works using his tongue as a brush.
The colors he uses, fortunately, are not chemical compounds but simple food colors. The idea came to him trying to learn the art of sugar painting, an ancient form of expression that he uses caramelized sugar to paint.
Han then tried to lick the color out of curiosity, which he liked so much that he continued to use his tongue as a brush. This technique would be interesting because he would create a unique brushstroke for each artist, as it changes according to the shape of the language.
Painting with the tongue would therefore create a greater bond with the work that is being created, unlike the brush which is still a foreign body. Han has received a lot of praise and travels throughout China offering live painting performances.