Issue 066 May/June 2007
In this issue:
Digital Deception by Ron Magid
Computer retouchers and traditional make-up artists: How do they affect each other's work? We profile Photoshop whiz Amy Dresser — and find that she can't do her job effectively without the work of skilled make-up artists.
A Pirate's Life for Ve by Ron Magid
The crew on Pirates of the Caribbean 3: At World's End swims in a sea of scurvy, scars, and hairpieces. Artists Ve Neill and Joel Harlow reflect on the challenges of making two movies simultaneouslyâ€¦and the experience of making up Keith Richards. Arrrr!
Make-up Around the World by Elizabeth Grattan
In our seventh annual look at the international make-up scene, we profile eight artists in countries from Iceland to Wales, each of whom brings a palette of fresh ideas and techniques.
Detective Work by Michael Walter
From Frasier to the force: A new police procedural film renders Kelsey Grammer unrecognizable, thanks to make-up design by Matthew Mungle and Jamie Kelman.