Found this video on Movies.com in their Movies News section. The video was made by a Brooklyn, New York based Internet comedy troupe POYKPAC Comedy. You can find them on FaceBook at https://www.facebook.com/POYKPAC. Writer-Director-Editor Ryan Hunter.
I think this was very well done. Its evident Ryan Hunter took his time choosing every line carefully. Some of these movies are before my time and I had never heard of them (I do watch old movies, love them, even the old bad effects). I liked the video so much I had to share. I will say this though, while I like the added movie posters for each movie title used, I find it very distracting in the middle of the screen. That’s really the only thing I can find wrong with this video 🙂
So what do you guys think ?
Still having trouble in the dashboard/Read blogs. So again I did a google search in hopes of finding an artist for today’s post. I did find art, But the artist or artists are unknown. I have always found body painting cool. To match up someones body with the photo underneath is just amazing art indeed. Admittedly its more common to paint on a woman then a man, I only found one good photo of a man but for some reason it won’t add it. Like canvas, the body is full of possibilities.
Modern body painting
A young woman with a butterfly painted on her chest
There has been a revival of body painting in the Western society since the 1960s, in part prompted by the liberalization of social mores regarding nudity and often comes in sensationalist or exhibitionist forms. Even today there is a constant debate about the legitimacy of body painting as an art form. The current modern revival could be said to date back to the 1933 World’s Fair in Chicago where Max Factor and his model were arrested for causing a public disturbance when he bodypainted her with his new make-up formulated for Hollywood films. Body art today evolves to the works more directed towards personal mythologies, as Jana Sterbak, Rebecca Horn, Youri Messen-Jaschin or Javier Perez.
Body painting is not always large pieces on fully nude bodies, but can involve smaller pieces on displayed areas of otherwise clothed bodies.
Body painting led to a minor alternative art movement in the 1950s and 1960s, which involved covering a model in paint and then having the model touch or roll on a canvas or other medium to transfer the paint. French artist Yves Klein is perhaps the most famous for this, with his series of paintings “Anthropometries”. The effect produced by this technique creates an image-transfer from the model’s body to the medium. This includes all the curves of the model’s body (typically female) being reflected in the outline of the image. This technique was not necessarily monotone; multiple colors on different body parts sometimes produced interesting effects.
Joanne Gair is a body paint artist whose work appeared for the tenth consecutive year in the 2008 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. She burst into prominence with a August 1992 Vanity Fair Demi’s Birthday Suit cover of Demi Moore. Her Disappearing Model was part of an episode of Ripley’s Believe It or Not!.
Two body painted women in a PETA protest against the fur trade
Body painting is commonly used as a method of gaining attention in political protests, for instance those by PETA against Burberry.
To read more on body painting visit http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Body_painting
So here are some of the photos I found regarding this work, enjoy.
Artist : Craig Tracy
- Artist : Craig Tracy
Artist : Craig Tracy
This is some very interesting work. Full of color, texture, and a mixed stile that ready works. Let me know what you think of this artist mixed media work.
mixed media girls by nikki farquharson.