During the 1950s and thru 1960s, all across America with robust car market, the movie drive-in theater was also at the height of it’s popularity. Artist Andrew Valko’s series of drive-in theater paintings gives us a taste of Americana and through the “eyes” of the drive-in movie customer.
Just take a US dollar bill as the base & background art and add your own acrylic painted character for the finishing touch. Just up north of San Francisco, in Humboldt County, local artist Donovan Clark is known his unique style, the money dollar acrylic paint work. One of his latest projects, a collection of Frozen characters in his dollar art.
In Australia the safe driving campaign starts with body art from body painter Emma Hack. Each of the 17 men and women involved in this artistic endeavor had 5 layers of paint applied to their bodies and it took around 18 hours to shoot.