Spot the difference: Another model is painted in brown and white to look just like her cheetah counterpart
Black and white: Photographer Lennette captures a model painted with stripes to give her the appearance of a zebra
Newell's pictures are born out of her childhood dream to actually become one of the animals her vet father used to treat
Her strikingly colourful set aims to mark the difference between humans and wild animals.
All of Lennette's 'Anti-Human' collection pictures were taken in Los Angeles, California.
One of her eye-catching pictures shows a female model, Jasmina, painted in black and white next to a zebra, complete with black and white hair to accurately mimmick the majestic animal.
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 images
Another image shows another willing model, Kaela, posing in grey and brown paint, with a trunk painted down the centre of her body to replicate the appearance of Susie the African elephant next to her.
Her collection is completed with model Jasmina painted in snakeskin style print while Daisy the 12ft Burmese phython is wrapped around her.
Meanwhile the same model later covers herself in a bronzed light brown paint with black spots while sat behind Tango the beautiful cheetah.
Model Jasmina poses with Daisy, a Burmese python, part of renowned photographer Lennette Newell's remarkable 'Anti-Human' series of portraits[klikunic.com]