Get an overview of the extensive programme of make-up artist design show 2014.
Film make-up artists work with iconic well known personalities. The art and process of seamlessly transforming these actors into distinct and believable movie characters that we have never met before and that have lives of their own will be explored and demonstrated. When it comes to film, beauty and action make-up is a whole other game.Michele Burke, Los Angeles
A complete transformation of the model using extensive cutting edge silicone prosthetics to alter and distort the models features to create an entirely new visage while maintaining total realism.Neill Gorton, London
Face Off is a cult series in the USA for make-up artists. In the make-up and special effects competition, make-up artists in different categories with given topics compete against each other. Here, they present their exceptionally creative, artistic and creative works.Laura Tyler-Dandridge, Orlando
International fashion magazines, designer fashion on the catwalk or large photo productions: Perfect workmanship and creative ideas for make-up are needed here. With fashion, hairstyling and accessories and accompanied by rhythmic music, avant-garde make-up comes into being. Colourful and creative. Make-up art at the highest level.Einat Dan, Berlin
The production of a realistic, dissectible silicone body for the example of the film "Der Medicus" is explained on the original body and the accompanying mould. The presentation of the individual work steps from the desire for production, right up to implementation at the shooting location is supported by image material.Jörn Seifert, Berlin
A practical demonstration shows professional make-up techniques which are used to create characters in the theatre. For principal artists, choruses and actors in stage productions – such as in the Royal Opera House of Covent Garden.Hyewon Ahn, London
Perfect beauty make-up for photographs and television, creative make-up for fashion productions and the catwalk, artistic body painting or stagings for the theatre: Professional products offer a large repertoire of colours and textures for all fields of make-up.Paul Merchant
Join a demonstration of the use of essential character make-up materials to achieve realism for cinema and dramatic theatre. With practical application tips and innovative prosthetic transfers, paint and stipple techniques for authentic aging and wound effects.
Join the design of a beautiful, spectacular and mysterious Queen of the Night from The Magic Flute. With a sponge technique the make-up artist demonstrates the use of creams and sparkling powders to create flawless characters with clean, well-defined highlights and shadows. It’s for all artists in theatre who are looking for a fresh approach for designing on the world’s main stages.
When making masks such as animal heads, various materials from the make-up artist's daily routine are used. From various sub forms to moulding, right up to laminating with artificial furs, cloths and other materials, their daily use in the theatre is crucial. Thus, for example, the stability, the strength of the horns or the size variability of alternating performers are a priority here.Pia Norberg, Hamburg
They look like porcelain in a showcase, figures, which are created by means of body painting, airbrushing, special effects and costumes. To transform, experiment and fascinate: Extraordinary creativity meets perfect workmanship.Birgit Mörtl, Wien
Costumes and masks are only really complete with the right hairstyle. Through the centuries, women such as Empress Sissi, Marie Antoinette or Mary Stuart also impressed with their characteristic magnificent heads of hair. This means a lot of backcombing, braiding and pinning when it comes to this topic on the stage or in a film.Hans-Jürgen Kückelheim, Bonn