Issue 070 January/February 2008
In this issue:
Every Witch Way
Rick Baker's design (which Kazuhiro Tsuji, Bill Corso and Mike Marino helped execute) turns the lovely Susan Sarandon into a snaggletoothed old hag for the Disney fairy tale Enchanted.
Renaissance Man by Eileen Conlan
Whether he's working the couture runways of Paris or developing hi-def products, make-up artist and instructor Roque Cozzette is focused on the future.
Making Faces for the Small Screen by Brett Glass
Music videos have become mini-movies, and the make-up has kept up with the production value. But creating the right look for Madonna, Pink and Christina Aguilera can be even more demanding than working on a movie if people aren't on the same page. Three seasoned artists tell their tales on how to survive in the MTV world of make-up.
Make-Up on the Road by Joe Nazzaro
Traveling with a touring band presents opportunities and obstacles for make-up artists. The downsides include months away from home, sleeping in hotels and living out of a suitcase. But the rewards are a chance to see the world, hone your skills daily and live life like a rock star.
Sweeney Todd by John Calhoun
The hit stage musical gets a silver-screen treatment, with Ve Neill turning Johnny Depp into the Demon Barber of Fleet Street. Make-up designer Peter Owen (Sleepy Hollow, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory) teams up again with director Tim Burton, giving Todd its distinctive look.