The biggest problem I face with my work is the viewer's perception of what is real and what isn't. I'm often asked,
Is this photoshop or is it real?
Body Painting is best viewed in video and live performance to erase any doubt.
But I thought,
HEY! What if I were to make a holographic body paint image?
A framed, wall hangable, true 3D image floating in space. No 3D glasses or magic mirrors needed, all viewable with the naked eye.
Well, that's what I've been trying to do for the last two years. I have been unable to successfully get a grant, due to the nature of the art form. Body painting is either something you love or hate. And this rings true in the case of grant jurors.
So, I am trying again, by way of kickstarter.
Please check out my kickstarter project to see how I plan to make the world's first high quality Holographic Body Painting.
-I have some pretty great and affordable backer rewards. Many of which are my high quality prints at discounted prices. I also have a new dvd and hand airbrushed Roustan Body Paint t-shirt available (pictures of the shirt to come soon!).
-Art collectors, this is a chance to get a very unique original artwork at close to cost. The holographic print is hand developed, making each one unique. And it will be limited to a very small run. One of the holograms will be part of various gallery shows all over the world. So, it is an artwork that is expected to gain dramatically in value.
-If you can't help fund the project, please pass the word!
Please share if you care!
Help me reach this goal :)
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