Meet Australian artist who paints with his Genitals [Graphic]

This painter went viral after using his genitals to create beautiful piece of art instead of using brushes or his fingers.

Meet Australian artist who paints with his Genitals

This painter went viral after using his genitals to create beautiful piece of art instead of using brushes or his fingers.

Tim Patch, commonly known as "Pricasso," makes a living by painting portraits using his butt and genitals, wearing only a pink hat, bowtie, boots and, occasionally, arm and wristbands, the Mirror reports.

"The idea popped into my head after seeing 'Puppetry of the Penis,' " he told the Huffington Post. "I did try it but found it really hard in every sense of the word … It took a couple of years to get good enough to perform in public."

Pricasso’s methods have allowed him to travel the country, performing shows at Sexpo Australia exhibitions each year.

He also does party appearances. According to his website, Pricasso painted these 12 portraits in 3 hours and 30 minutes.

Pricassoshowcases his peculiar talent at parties, clubs and events "for the same cost as a stripper," according to his website.

“When I’m working I have to really concentrate and put myself into a meditative state so I don’t notice much going on around me until I have finished,” Pricasso explained.

Pricasso was born in the United Kingdom. In 1977 he migrated from the United Kingdom to Australia.

In 2006, Patch chose the name of "Pricasso" – a portmanteau of prick (a slang term for penis) and Picasso.

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