Stunning Reptile Artwork

This amazing kaleido-snake art looks like a simple set of patterns, but it’s actually made using real life slithery subjects. The fa-hiss-nating pictures shows before shots of slippery serpents and lizards in their natural habitat. Clever photographer Michael Kern then pairs that image with a distorted picture of the reptile using the same colours. The finished product resembles what you see when you look into a Kaleidoscope.

This amazing kaleido-snake art looks like a simple set of patterns, but it's actually made using real life slithery subjects. The fa-hiss-nating pictures shows before shots of slippery serpents and lizards in their natural habitat. Clever photographer Michael Kern then pairs that image with a distorted picture of the reptile using the same colours. The finished product resembles what you see when you look into a Kaleidoscope.

This amazing kaleido-snake art looks like a simple set of patterns, but it's actually made using real life slithery subjects. The fa-hiss-nating pictures shows before shots of slippery serpents and lizards in their natural habitat. Clever photographer Michael Kern then pairs that image with a distorted picture of the reptile using the same colours. The finished product resembles what you see when you look into a Kaleidoscope.

This amazing kaleido-snake art looks like a simple set of patterns, but it's actually made using real life slithery subjects. The fa-hiss-nating pictures shows before shots of slippery serpents and lizards in their natural habitat. Clever photographer Michael Kern then pairs that image with a distorted picture of the reptile using the same colours. The finished product resembles what you see when you look into a Kaleidoscope.

This amazing kaleido-snake art looks like a simple set of patterns, but it's actually made using real life slithery subjects. The fa-hiss-nating pictures shows before shots of slippery serpents and lizards in their natural habitat. Clever photographer Michael Kern then pairs that image with a distorted picture of the reptile using the same colours. The finished product resembles what you see when you look into a Kaleidoscope.