Mu mujyi wa New York wo muri Leta Zunze ubumwe z’Amerika, abantu batagira ingano birutse umujyi bambaye ubusa buri buri bisize amarange menshi ku mibiri yabo.

After everyone was painted, the models walked over to the red bleachers in Times Square for an hour-long photo session

Ni ibirori byari byiswe “Body Note” bikaba byaritabiriwe n’abanyamideli bakomeye aho bose wasangaga bisize amarange ku mubiri wabo wose maze bakirukanka mu muhanda nta pfunwe bafite.

Abanyabugeni bakomeye bamenyekanye mu gushushanya ibishushanyo barimo nka Charles Caren bari bari babukereye kugirango bashushanye ku bantu.

Artists, like Caren Charles (pictured) painted hundreds of nude models with messages meant to inspire 'positivity and acceptance' during New York City artist Andy Golub's latest public body painting exhibit, 'Body Notes,' on Friday

Amwe mu mafoto agaragaza uko byari byifashe.

New York's Times Square played host to 200 nude models over a four hour period while they were painted and photographed

During a three-hour period, models stripped down to their bare skin to be painted by artists in the middle of Times Square

 Models picked which phrases would be written on their torsos. The phrases were meant to inspire positivity and acceptance

Nude models were painted a base color, before seeing an artist who wrote the messages of the models' choice on their torsos

Hundreds of nude models turned up in Times Square to be painted and participate in the 'Body Notes' exhibit on Friday

Artists painted messages meant to inspire positivity and acceptance on the bodies of the nude models as police looked on

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