from SUGOI Inc. Added 2,469 46 0

    Model: Riko Kawakami Director of Photography: Toshiki Nakamatsu Camera Assistant: N. Nakamura Lighting Assistant: Taku Itou Hair/Make: Mamiko Haramaki Stylist: Hitomi Miyaji Music: Kenji Kariu Steel Camera: Hijiri Funada Copy Writer: Christian Aragones Special Thanks: Kazuhiro Yamamoto, ADDIX Inc. Production: SUGOI Inc. Director: MANUKE http://www.sugoi.sg http://www.manuke.org

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    • Incredible showcase! 3D Blacklight UV Body Painting at UVatar


      from Victoria Gugenheim Added 7,439 29 0

      VIDEO USED WITH EXPRESS PERMISSION OF UVATAR. This film works with 3D CHROMADEPTH Glasses. For more bodypaintings go to http://www.facebook.com/BodypaintingUK UVatar, the UV Bodypainting Art Experience was created from an idea generated from a casual soundbyte by Wolf's Bodymagic (http://www.facebook.com/WolfsBodyMagic) . The idea germinated and quickly turned into an annual gathering hosted in the beautiful town of Groeningen in the Netherlands, in a beautiful old converted hospital covered with pieces of art and home to many artists. Here, people come together twice yearly to express themselves with colours, art, props and blacklight, cosmetics/makeup, wigs and bodypaint to transform themselves into beautiful alternate personas, bringing themselves to life as living and breathing art. Here, the canvasses sing, dance and perform to their hearts content. Kryolan paints are usually used, along with blacklight/UV light, with loads of different props from Papier Mache, wire, foam, and many more materials. Some pieces resemblings frogs or wildlife, and sometimes something from completely out of this world! Some people have transformed themselves into matching pieces of art to form animals such as octopuses (which you can see at the end of the video). The whole experience of being painted in blacklight is extremely meditative. Normal vision and depth perception do not apply and so the person can drift into a deep trance state as they are being transformed by the artists. The body paiting process can take 2-6 hours here, sometimes longer for an extremely creative piece. Some work is emphasised further with hybrid mixes of different lights, mixing UV with halogen lights or even LED's to complete beautiful displays. Some people embody the paint and dance long into the night, with other people making props and accessories and even jewellery and trinkets that match their paint to make their temporary costume complete. Many dance styles are seen here, from hand dancing to tribal, to fusion and bellydance. Sometimes a whole lot more. During the day here people are free to wander about and there are also aerial silks, yoga, meditation and other things which people are able to be involved with. There is also an "Intergalactic DJ booth" that looks like a UFO, where people can play or request tunes. The food here is all organic and vegetarian, with minimal wastage, and is prepared every morning and evening. It's wholesome, nutritious and very addictive! Many themes have been covered in UVatar, from "Outer Space and the cosmos" to "Inner beings" and many more. It's a real joy to behold and not to be missed. My work is featured at 5:35, and works with Chromadepth 3D glasses. Used with kind permission from UVatar Experience.

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      • Living Paintings No 8 "A RAY OF LIGHT"


        from Nigel Van Wieck Added 8,753 18 0

        A Video of a painting being painted

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        • And it was so


          from Melanie Martin Added 548 6 2

          "and it was so" is a student project on living painting. directed by: melanie martin and elena hadulla music: waxolutionists feat. manuva - nachtschattengewaechs instrumental starring: vera maria schmidt voice: avalon leonetti cut & postproduction: jan nowicki merz akademie, 2013

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          • Enigmatic Blotch murder


            from Serge Goldwicht Added 151 6 2

            When a blotch kills an enigmatic spot....

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            • Still Life


              from Patrick Adkins Added 236 4 0

              The subjects of two paintings displayed in a gallery steal a fleeting moment to interact with each other and explore all the painted worlds in between. This is a looping video installation that is to be projected on 9 blank canvases. It has been cut to follow the narrative for online viewing. Starring: Zach Starnes and Lauren Stephens Music: "Safe Here With Me" by the Winetree Patrick Adkins: Writer/Casting/DP/Director/Editor/Animator

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              • The Living Wampum Belt


                from Daniel Dancer Added 3,938 4 0

                To honor the 400th anniversary of the creation of the Two Row Wampum Belt, 2000 Pen Pals became purple and white beads to form a gigantic, 180-foot-long, living version of the belt at Stony Creek Battlefield Park in the Grand River Valley of Ontario, Canada. Pen Pals is a fast growing group of classrooms . . . First Nations and neighbors . . . whose young students write letters back and forth to create mutual understanding within their communities.

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                • The Sky Tiger


                  from Daniel Dancer Added 1,131 3 0

                  In October, 2010, the International Year of the Tiger . . . 500 kids, lots of pine needles and mulch combine to make a beautiful tiger 150 ft long, with the most important number in the world on it's paw . . . "350". (see 350.org if you need an explanation). This was done at the Terra Centre Elementary School in Burke, Virginia.

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                  • Living Paintings No 5 "TOUCH"


                    from Nigel Van Wieck Added 1,764 3 0

                    A video of a painting being painted

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                    • Holding Up The Sky: A Message from the Passenger Pigeons


                      from Daniel Dancer Added 371 2 0

                      To honor the 100th anniversary of the extinction of Martha, the last passenger pigeon, 1100 students and staff from Kate Sullivan Elementary in Tallahassee, Florida create a gigantic living painting of the bird on their field. The bird is depicted as "holding up the sky" (sky made of 1500 pairs of blue jeans) a metaphor, given the dangers of our rapidly changing climate, for our need to transform our relationship with the sky from one of abuse to one of healing. This is the first extinct species immortalized in Art For the Sky.

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