Sports Illustrated: In the Paint

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Liberty Street, Nov 27, 2007 - Photography - 144 pages
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In its annual Swimsuit Issue 10 years ago, " Sports Illustrated" first presented spectacular photographs of gorgeous models in swimsuits that consisted of nothing more than paint artistically and painstakingly applied to their bodies. These eye-popping optical illusions, created by make-up artist Joanne Gare and captured by the magazine`s world-class photographers, have become a favourite feature of this wildly popular magazine. Now the editors bring together not just a complete collection of astonishing painted-swimsuit photographs, but also a series of vastly entertaining essays, stories, and column, some commissioned especially for this book - that trace the history of body painting and take readers behind the scenes as the Swimsuit shoots that are the craft`s most modern and provocative application.

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This collection of photographs published ten years earlier in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue showcases the artwork of world-renowned body painter Gair. Painting clothing onto a human body is ... Read full review

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