Body art has become very popular in the media, but the works of Trina Merry from San Francisco and Emma Hack from Adelaide (Australia) has raised the bar even higher. By combining their amazing body painting skills and the athleticism of their models, the two artists managed to transform groups of people into a wrecked car and three different types of motorcycles. [Read more...]

The first project by Trina Merry and her ART ALIVE gallery was created to promote the International Motorcycle Roadshow tour starting November 2nd. Trina did an amazing work painting a group of yoga instructors, circus performers and models to transform them into three different types of motorcycles, all managed by Erin Bates, a motor cross celebrity.

On the other side of the globe, Emma Hack painted 17 people to make a jigsaw puzzle of a wrecked car. Collaborating with the advertising agency Clemenger BBDO Adelaide, this was part of the South Australia’s Motor Accident Commission’s public education campaign against speeding drivers with a symbolic message “We all play a part.”

Smashed Up Car by Emma Hack

Emma Hack’s incredible body art involving 17 people was a part of the South Australia’s Motor Accident Commission’s anti-speeding campaign with a symbolic message “We all play a part.”

Motorcycles by Trina Merry

These human motorcycles were created to promote the International Motorcycle Roadshow tour starting November 2nd. Can you count how many girls are in each photo?