new releases 2013new releases 2013treasured tilesblue and whitePOP!new releasesbirds of paradiseporcelain whispersbirds of paradisebirds of paradisebirds of paradisebirds of paradisebirds of paradisepanoramic bodieswallpaper 08wallpaper07beautiful ways to diefragile dollssurreal scapenative porcelainevolutionlandscapecowscapepainted poniesming vasenudesstill painted nudesquillwombcabaretyogapetal

 

 

 

emma hack

 

 

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ART

COLLECTIONS

 

Protection

Birds Of A Feather

Botanica

Florence's Archives

Beautiful Women

New Release 2013

Treasured Tiles

Blue and White

POP!

New Release

Mirrored Whispers

Porcelain Whispers

Utopia

Birds of Prey

Exotic Mandala

Native Mandala

Panoramic Bodies

Wallpaper Mandala 2010

Wallpaper Collection 2008

Wallpaper Collection 2007

Wallpaper Collection 2005

Beautiful Ways to Die

Fragile Dolls

Surreal Scape

Native Porcelain

Evolution

Landscape

Cowscape

Painted Ponies

Ming Vase

Nudes

Still Life

Painted Nudes

Quill

Womb

Cabaret

Yoga

Petal

 

 

 

 

In a world where body painting is celebrated more often with testosterone than artistic appreciation, Australian artist Emma Hack stands out. This skin illustrator, sculptor and photographer spent her early days as a hairstylist and make-up artist in Adelaide. In its infancy, Emma Hack saw her vision come to life in unlikely places, like face paintings for children or high-fashion makeup. It wasn’t until 1999 that Hack revealed her new form of art for the body, a stylized version of body painting that instantly won her a note of applause in the art world.

Emma Hack’s latest collections include a focus not just on the human body, but its environment. Since 2005, she has released a series of Wallpaper works that merge the human body with the wallpaper designs of Florence Broadhurst. Broadhurst’s lush, organic wallpapers are painted on nude models by Hack, who are then seamlessly inserted into the Broadhurst original. The result is an illusory, stunning image of nude humanity on natural, stylish patterns. While Hack’s originals may not be available in living form, her prints are an ideal background for your own modern home.

 

 

 

 

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