Incredible body paint art - Save Tiger body painting project by Craig Tracy
This unique bodypainting was created to increase awareness and benefit a cause that is near to the
heart of the artist. Tigers have always been his favorite animal and when asked to aid in the
effort to protect, repopulate and re-wild this the most endangered tiger in the world, Craig immediately said yes. "Only 100 South China Tigers are reported to remain alive and if my bodypainting can help increase that number by one then I'll have lived with purpose." states the artist.
Check out the Behind the Scenes Video
Here is his another amazing project "Butterfly"
Mr Tracy painted the leopard's eyes onto the floor while the back of a female volunteer, facing the floor, forms the rest of its face. A butterfly makes up the creature's nose.
"It started with the realization that the human form and this magnificent Panther were meant to be paired. I visualized the backside of a shapely female and the Panther’s portrait, together as one. It now seems a most obvious combination. I painted both the model and backdrop within the same twenty-four hours, only sleeping for one hour between the two sessions. “Butterfly” is a reference to the subtle image I painted -as the Panther’s nose."
Do not forget to visit his websit for more of his fantastic projects: http://www.paintedalive.com
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