Makeup is traditionally meant to cover up the skin, but the painted veins in Maria Strasser's 'Terminator' photo set do so by illustrating the anatomy that lies beneath the skin. In doing so, Strasser reveals the very essence of the model's being.
The anatomical makeup in Maria Strasser's 'Terminator' photo set is the latest in a long line of anatomy-focused innovations. Check out some of my favorites below.
Implications - Body art is a prominent and still growing form of self expression. While it was once seen as taboo, a widespread appreciation for individuality has overcome those who are tired of the uniform definition of beauty that has existed in society for so long.
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‘Terminator' Anatomical Makeup Reminds Us What's Underneath
- By: Marissa BrassfieldJun 24, 2009 Updated: Jun 22 2011