Issue 030 April/May 2001
In this Issue:
Changing the Face of British Makeup: Christopher Tucker
Christopher Tucker, one of the pioneers in British film and television make-up, divides his time between the world of make-up and the cutting-edge arena of directing commercials. Make-Up Artist magazine takes a look at his iconic work, from The Elephant Man to Hunchback in a Panasonic commercial.
Laura Mercier: Flawless
Aside from designing the make-up for Chanel's French ad campaigns, and receiving awards for her involvement in campaigns on behalf of top designers, such as Calvin Klein, Dolce & Gabbana, Versace and Valentino, Laura Mercier continues to enhance the features of some of Hollywood's most flawless faces on frequent covers of Allure, Vogue and Harper's Bazaar. In this article, she discusses her love for art, being a make-up artist, and her role as a cosmetic creator.
Larger than Life: Evan Penny
Onscreen or in the gallery, Evan Penny's work explores the visual measure of man. His sculptures are compelling puzzles that beg many questions. From the unnerving realism to the sensual shapes, they demonstrate a remarkable mastery of figurative sculpting of the human form. His film works includes Jacob's Ladder, Legends of the Fall and eXistenZ.
Local 706 Guild Awards
A rundown of the winners in motion pictures and television. Some honorees include: Judy Chin, Daniel Striepeke, Thomas Nellen, Rick Baker, Long Bentley, Jennifer Aspinall, Michael Westmore, Patricia Messina, Beth Thompson, and Jeffrey Fetzer.