New Zealand-based artist Christy Lewis will make you believe little kids have morphed into superheroes, wild animals, and monsters with her amazing face painting skills. She’s been so successful at her craft that she’s already turned it into a business and is well known in festivals and birthday parties.
These astonishing face paintings by New Zealand-based artist Christy Lewis, aka Daizy, will make you do a double-take, or maybe even a triple-take even. Whenever she wants to try out a new design, she simply calls on her two daughters and son to be her guinea pigs models in her artistic experiments. After finishing yet another unbelievable work, she calls on her husband, Mark, to take photographs.
Jonathan Icher’s photography series shows people painted as flags eating their nation’s most popular food. Check out Japan snackin’ on some sushi, Britain eating a fried egg, France elegantly devouring a croissant, Italy slurping up some spaghetti, and, of course, the United States chowing down on a cheeseburger. This series is both humorous and intriguingly beautiful.
Face painter James Kuhn photographs himself in a new design every day as part of a 365 day project that has seen him replicate — with clown-like intensity — everything from Conan O’Brien to a watermelon, a hamburger, and a Gremlin. Just don’t feed him after midnight.
Oh, wow. Look closely, this is a man’s head. A man’s bald head, covered in paint. Yes, James Kuhn likes to paint his shiny bald head in an assortment of styles using Kryolan Aqua Color, Snazaroo, and Paradise by Mehron. It’s kinda like the amazing hand art of Guido Daniele. Just a little messier.