|Black and white: Photographer Lennette captures a model painted with stripes to give her the appearance of a zebra|
|Spot the difference: Another model is painted in brown and white to look just like her cheetah counterpart|
Lennette Newell's daring pictures show models posing covered in paint as zebras, elephants, baboons and cheetahs next to their real life counterparts.The San Francisco photographer's display, called 'Anti-Human' was devised out of Lennette's childhood desire to become one of the animals her father used to treat as a vet.
|Newell's pictures are born out of her childhood dream to actually become one of the animals her vet father used to treat|
|Monkeying around: A male model is painted in brown with dramatic eye paint to make him take on the appearance of a baboon|
|Daring: Lennette's picture of a model with an elephant is one of the collection's more provocative image|
Her strikingly colourful set aims to mark the difference between humans and wild animals.
|Model Jasmina poses with Daisy, a Burmese python, part of renowned photographer Lennette Newell's remarkable 'Anti-Human' series of portraits|
All of Lennette's 'Anti-Human' collection pictures were taken in Los Angeles, California.