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  • Merv Faulk

    A few years ago, when he started to go bald, English artist Philip Levine decided he didn’t want to shave his head like everyone else. Instead he opted to turn it into a canvas for his art. That’s how the “headism” art movement was born.

  • Bob Travaglione

    Philip-Levine-Headism ~ The "Bald" Art Movement....A Big Fat Round Canvas!

  • Lawfully Chic

    London-born ‘cultural entrepreneur’ Philip Levine is ‘heading’ towards iconic status in fashion and art circles. The founder of creative agency Two Penny Blue and co-founder of the Lazy Gramophone, a couture arts and design label that supports emerging talent, spends part of his life as a walking work of art. Since 2006 he’s been using his head as a canvas

  • Ifige Neia

    Headism – artist Philip Levine uses his bald head as art display

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Woo, that's crazy, lol! A few years ago, when he started to go bald, English artist Philip Levine decided he didn’t want to shave his head like everyone else. Instead he opted to turn it into a canvas for his art. That’s how the “headism” art movement was born.

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