London, Feb 21 : Artists in a portraiture competition in Australia this year will face some serious competition from a man who paints with his 'willy'.
The artist, Tim Patch, who calls himself 'Pricasso', will go head-to-head with professional painters in the contest.
His works include The Queen, Prime Minister Gordon Brown and President Bush, reports The Sun.
Patch uses a smoothed-back canvas to avoid injuring his 'human' paintbrush.
He has also proved a huge hit at sex fairs around the world.
But now he's hoping to go to new lengths by winning a top art prize.