A “Naked” Body Painting Party

ALSO SEE: Return to the Naked Body Painting Party

When our good friend and frequent co-conspirator in social hi-jinks, the avant-garde event planner,  Adam Aleksander, notified us of an event posting for a “Naked Body Painting Party” to be held at a Lower East Side nightspot, you can well guess that we were quite intrigued. Follow-up research on our part indicated that this provocatively titled event to be held at Orchard Street’s Gallery Bar was organized and promoted by one, Sally Golan and her media event driven concern, “Social Exposure”. Noticing then, as we have come to in recent months, a relative upsurge in the appearance of events boasting the applications of our trade, it was only natural that we should wish to avail ourselves of this slightly scandalous soiree’ and show up in attendance. You should not be surprised to learn that we did not regret our decision in the slightest! 


As you can fairly well gather the scene was one of colorfully chaotic delight. Scores of friendly partiers disrobed and applied copious amounts of paint to each other in joyful abandon. Seldom have we come across such a kaleidoscopic display of intimate revelry amid such good-natured strangers. Our own Matthew Mikas applied his decorative brushwork as best he could within the whirl of the jostling crowd, delighting several guests with painted necklaces, ornamental icons, and symmetrical wing-shapes meant
to flatter the many fine physiques on display.

Here you can see the beautiful hostess herself displaying just such an adornment courtesy of your 2nd Skin.

Have you a regret that you were not in attendance? Well, for what consolation there is to be found in the digital image, you may view further captures from this multi-chromatic melee’ both here and here courtesy of Rule4080. Additionally, should you  find your eyes still hungering for more you may satiate them at this gallery of over 500 enticing images as posted by Nick McGlynn on Random Night Out

Until our next dispatch from the always engaging, always fantastic, world of the painted body as social-art-form-in-action, we bid you a fond farewell in deep appreciation of your time spent following the piquant proceedings of our painterly exploits.

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One Response to “A “Naked” Body Painting Party”

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