Ethiopia, Africa. "Muradit, a fierce and renowned Surma stick fighter, paints his face with white chalk to intimidate his enemies at the Donga stick fights. He will fight to prove his masculinity and to win a wife." Photo by Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher
Argenis Pinal, a makeup artist based in Temecula, California, doesn’t need a costume to look like a superhero – he uses his fantastic makeup and body paint skills to change his entire appearance. With the right lines and colors, he can become a zombie Wolverine, cyborg Superman, or any one of hundreds of other cool remixed superheroes that he loves to paint on himself.
David Walker is a good example of style repetition. He has a unique style that can be identified throughout his works. The repetition is in his colour theme and applications of colours used to structure his art. The colours are well defined and strongly stand alone though also create a well structured shading to define the image being created. His art is a good example of contrasting colours used to compliment each other in the big picture of things.