Makeup Artist Mag Back Issue 76

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This issue Features

Small Screen Big Effects by Joe Nazzaro 

Joe Nazzaro caught up with the make-up artists creating feature-quality make-up effects on the TV shows Fringe Reaper Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles and Supernatural.

There's Something About Mary by Hillary Johnson 

In this Q & A writer Hillary Johnson discovers how IMATS keynote speaker Mary Greenwell's individuality personality and talent helped her become one of the fashion world's most innovative and influential make-up artists.

The Age of 'Button' by Joe Nazzaro

Go behind the scenes of the groundbreaking movie The Curious Case of Benjamin Button and learn how cutting-edge make-up effects created by a team of artists led by Oscar®-winner Greg Cannom blended with digital technology provided by Digital Domain. You'll also get an exclusive look at one of Rick Baker's concept illustrations for the movie.

'Live' in the Fast Lane by Louie Zakarian

Saturday Night Live's make-up department head Louie Zakarian describes how he and his crew worked double duty during the 2008 election season turning SNL cast members into political figures. Among the memorable portrayals were Tina Fey as Gov. Sarah Palin and Fred Armisen as President-elect Barack Obama.

Tom Burman's Life in Latex by Ron Magid

In Part 1 of the Burman Studio story Tom Burman tells Ron Magid how he and his brother Sonny began their careers in film and television with insider stories on films such as Planet of the Apes The Devil's Rain Close Encounters of the Third Kind and the 1978 remake of Invasion of the Body Snatchers.

Call My People! by Brett Glass

The super agents at New York City's Jed Root Inc. including Root himself explain what artist agents do and what you can do to become a freelance artist.

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