Alexa Meade throws us in for a loop by skipping the canvas altogether by painting something three dimensional and tricking the eye into seeing a flat piece of art. . The Los Angeles based artist was slated to go into a career into political science when her dabbles in painting shadows provided a eureka moment that led her to doing art full time.
Gesine Marwedel explores the beauty of the human body by transforming it to incredible works of art with body paint.
John Poppleton reveals the wonders of nature painted on the female curves with the help of a black light in the photo series “Black Light Bodyscapes.”
There isn’t exactly a college for face painting out there so Elsa Rhae Pageler’s talent is as raw as it comes. Her remarkable makeup artistry and face painting skills enables her to transform herself into the most radical video game characters.
Rankin and Andrew Gallimore team up to create a stunning and colorful spin on the famous Mexican holiday, Dia De Los Muertos.
Trina Merry creates an avant-garde work of art when she combines naked bodies and body paint to form a human motorcycle that looks amazingly close to the real thing.
Sports Illustrated pulled out all the stops to celebrate it’s 50th anniversary edition by dressing its gorgeous models with nothing but body paint.
Twenty-five J&B classic scotch were fitted with a latex skin and covered in ink by French tattoo artist Sébastien Mathieu for their “Limited Tattoo” Edition.
If when you think of a librarian, an image of a conservative spinster in glasses and a tight bun pops into your head, you haven’t seen the Texas Library Association’s “Tattooed Ladies of TLA” calendar or the “2014 Tattooed Librarians of the Ocean State” calendar.
Shopped Tattoos brings the ‘what if’ to ‘what could have been’ by featuring images of what past and current celebrities would look like all tatted-up.