Fact: you get a tattoo after getting struck by lightning. The electrical discharge of a lightning strike can leave a temporary tattoo-like marking or scar known as a Lichtenberg figure. The patterns created are known to be examples of fractals.
This is what happens to human skin when it's struck by lightning! It's called a Lichtenberg figure - the branching pattern made by electricity as seen on the arm of Winston Kemp who was struck by lightning.
The Origin & 1st Appearance of The Flash in Showcase #4: Mystery of the Human Thunderbolt! The story introduces readers to Barry Allen, a police scientist who is doused with chemicals that are struck by lightning. Barry soon finds that he has been endowed with super-speed and creates a costume which contracts and hides in his ring. He takes on the name of his favorite comic book character: The Flash. ...........#TheFlash #BarryAllen #SIlverAgeComicBooks #OriginStory #FirstAppearance…
Not exactly art, but still beautiful People who are struck by lightning and survive can acquire these branching, fractal scars - Lichtenberg figures - thought to be from capillary damage sustained as the current runs along the skin.
Being struck by lightning is a dangerous and scary experience and can even be fatal. Sometimes, the electrical discharge can leave a tattoo-like marking or scar known as a Lichtenberg figure. The patterns created are known to be examples of fractals.