This camouflage body painting is simply amazing. If you look closely, you can barely see the outline of the human body. I don’t actually like the style of the paintings, as they seem a bit like paintings you would buy in a shop that is playing whale music. But, I do like the way the art is adorned onto people.
Painted alive is the name under which creator Craig Tracy has worked for twenty years. You can buy prints of his online and there is also a small selection of works for sale which are not painted on skin.
Kissing Fish - I also wanted to post about these brilliant fish face paintings. Face painting is nothing new but I can’t remember having seen an example of where two people interact such as these fish. The creator of these fish is uncredited so I can’t give them a ‘shout out’ - but if it’s you good work.
Body Art as a Disguise
1. Camouflage Body Painting - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Explore the use of advanced pigments and techniques to create even more realistic camouflage body art.
2. Painted Alive Prints - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Develop a platform that allows artists to sell and showcase their body painting works online.
3. Interactive Face Paintings - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Collaborate with face painters to create interactive designs that involve multiple people or elements.
1. Art and Design - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Integrate technology, such as augmented reality, into traditional art forms like body painting.
2. Online Marketplace - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Create a specialized online marketplace for body painting artists and enthusiasts.
3. Entertainment and Events - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Incorporate interactive face painting experiences into various entertainment events, festivals, and parties.