Award-winning body artist Carolyn Roper painted these models to resemble the new “Night & Day” Diet Coke bottles, designed by Jean Paul Gaultier. Yep, the “Night” Diet Coke bottle is wearing a fishnet body suit–which was then painstakingly recreated on the model. Those brush strokes on the upper thighs must have tickled like whoa.
Posing with body paint is almost exactly like posing naked, just with more creativity. I don’t know how you were celebrating “Titty Tuesday” yesterday, but this is what Coco was up to. She was getting all covered in body paint and becoming a Superhero. I’m not sure what her super powers are meant to be (mesmerizing mere mortals with her boobs?), but I love the touch of the fireball shooting from her hand. Very menacing. She gets an “A” for originality. But Coco is hardly the first celebrity to make body paint art. Click through to see some more painted ladies. [Who Say]
Body painting by RoByn Thompson of www.nycbodyart.com.
It didn’t occur to me until I saw this article on how makeup artist Gucci Westman (um, seriously?) turned a naked Kim Kardashian silver that the bravest among us females may be rocking this look come Halloween. So, how’d they turn Kim into the platinum version of Goldfinger? “I wanted it to look like Kim was dipped in silver, like she was liquid,” the artist said of her shellacking plan. All it took was some Kryolan Aquacolor silver body paint, Make Up For Ever silver powder, and a tablespoon of pigment in the Kryolan. Don’t have any of those ingredients handy? You can find them at Make Up For Ever. Of course, if you’re planning on leaving the house, you might also want to don a silver thong or panties and a silver bra or pasties. Boobs and booty not included. [W]
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Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian thought the best way to lure you to their clothing store, Dash, in Miami was to be airbrushed in black body paint. Uhhh, OK, sure. Isn’t it weird how they’re buck naked but you can’t see their nipples? [KhloeKardashian.Celebuzz.com] Keep reading »
A body paint competition called Body Canvas took place recently in Australia, with proceeds from the event going to the country’s National Breast Cancer Foundation. While some of the human canvases turned out kinda scary (we can’t show you most of them since the models are in fact nude), it’s certainly an attention-grabbing way to raise money for a good cause. Keep reading »