Makeup Artist Magazine Issue 96
This issue features:
IMATS New York: In a Make-up State of Mind by Stephanie Brooks
The second annual IMATS New York, held April 14-15 at Pier 94, boasted more square footage than last year's show, more than 50 vendors, nearly 6,000 attendees and a sold-out Saturday. Stephanie Brooks recaps the highlights.
Back in 'Black' by Joe Nazzaro
Rick Baker and his team salute B-movie, '50s-and-'60s-style aliens in Men in Black III, creating 127 aliens (by Baker's estimation). Joe Nazzaro gets the classified details.
Groovy Ghoulies by Joe Nazzaro
Joel Harlow joins Tim Burton and Johnny Depp's camp revamp of 1970s-era classic Dark Shadows and conquers the challenges of recreating period looks along with the visual aesthetics of a Tim Burton film.
The Storyteller by Martha Calhoon
Celebrity make-up artist Bruce Grayson's job is to create a narrative—sometimes in just one shot. His client list includes former President Bill Clinton, Tom Cruise, Nigel Barker, Sarah Silverman, Steve Martin, Mel Gibson and more; he is the make-up department head for both the Academy Award and Emmy television broadcasts.
Make-up Around the World
As our annual feature makes clear, we're all artists here. Chris Koseluk and Joe Nazzaro talk to artists from France, Estonia, Austria, Norway, Japan, Russia, Denmark, Lithuania and Brussels.
To Live and Work in L.A. by Julie Logan
Agencies ARTISTS by Timothy Priano; CLOUTIER REMIX; Jed Root, Inc.; and AIM ARTISTS AGENCY dish to Julie Logan about how make-up artists can make it big in the West-Coast beauty biz.