Oct 29, 2012

Le Pub, Sydney gets Napoleon living statue by Human Statue Bodyart




Human Statue Bodyart Napoleon human statue entertains at French themed Le Pub bistro , Sydney, Australia CBD...


Recently French themed club and bar, Le Pub, situated on Sydney's King Street, became the latest club - bar establishment in Sydney, New South Wales to enjoy a living human statue by creative arts agency, Human Statue Bodyart.

Napoleon entertained a crowd which consisted of many French speakers, at the popular inner city club.

The Napoleon outfit and creation was worn by model / entertainer, John Sparton, who entertained at Le Pub for 2 hours on the busy Thursday night.

The costume mainly consisted of material, bodypaint, and of course, a Napoleon styled hat.

Creative artist Eva Rinaldi, led the team of artists at Human Statue who worked on the project. Eva said "The Napoleon human statue once again proved to be a huge hit for entertaining patrons. He's been one of our most popular and enduring creations over the years. Le Pub was absolutely delighted with our Napoleon creation. The Human statues are not only creative but they can also be very good for business. They have proved to increase patronage in a competitive entertainment and club environment and encourage patrons to stay longer... meaning they usually eat and drink more than they usually would also. It's a true win - win for all involved."

About Le Pub...

Lean at the bar with a cold frothy beer or cosy up in a comfy booth for your journey; whatever your choice you won't be disappointed.

Complete with TAB, big screens, private dining and dual eating & dining areas, Le Pub hails all the elements of a true pub environment. A quick meal or a boozy lunch; after work drinks or an elegant function; Le Pub is your ideal retreat.

Celebrated publican Patrick Gallagher and his team have come together with Interior Designers Luchetti Krell to create an inspiring underground space that woos thirsty local workers and tempts all appetites.

Le Pub mixes the romance of Paris with the "every day" of the Metro; the glamour of the first class cabin converges with industrial elements reflecting steel works and underground construction effortlessly.

Eat & Drink...

Gallagher Hotels' award winning Executive Chef Ronny Ghantous has put together a menu that celebrates true French dining. After the success of the Union Hotel in North Sydney, Le Pub's menu has been refined to showcase the simplicity and robust flavours that Parisians enjoy as part of their daily lives. Grounded and accessible, Ghantous aims to promote "every day" French food; covering all the crowd favourites like Bouillabaisse and Bourguignon.

Meanwhile, Angela Gallagher has been busy pulling together an enviable wine list that features - amongst all the crowd favourites and many stunning surprises - a great selection of champagnes by the glass.

Promo...

A quick meal or a boozy lunch; after work drinks or an elegant function; Le Pub is your ideal retreat. Escape the bustling CBD and be transported to another era. Le Pub at once celebrates both the luxury of the late 1800's and the every day simplicity of a true Parisian styled bistro.

Nestled underground with dual entrances from both King and York Streets, Le Pub's interiors are cleverly inspired by the Paris Metro. Curved, tiled walls, light-ceilings, brass, copper & fluted glass await.

Websites

Human Statue Bodyart

Le Pub

Human Statue Bodyart Flickr

Oct 28, 2012

Bodyart for special Promotions - Airbrush Bodyart





Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth,  Adelaide, Canberra, Gold Coast, Cairns, Darwin, Forster
Human Statue Bodyart is a Sydney based bodyartist and human statue creative arts, marketing and events company.
They were established in 2001 by creative artist and photographer, Eva Rinaldi.
Human Statue Bodyart helps brands and individuals stand out from the pack, and assists them in meeting their image and branding aims and objectives.
Some of the brands that Human Statue Bodyart have assisted in their campaigns include Virgin, VW, Holden, IGT, World Vision, Anglicare, Skins, Eclipse, Waste and Recycling Expo, Peroni, Sony Music BMG, EMI, Levity Music, Karvezide, ANZ, Oxford Arts Factory, Levis, Tourism Australia, City Of Sydney, African Tourism, National Rugby League, Australian Shooting Championships, Corona, Schick, Vodafone, Sydney Opera Bar and Coca-Cola.
Human Statue Bodyart is the recognised leader in the Australian bodypainting and human statue creation industry and is frequently mentioned in the Australian and international news media.
They have won a number of awards and commendations over the years including media social and community entrepreneur of the month, Chalk The Walk and Penrith Arts Prize.
Contact Eva and her team today to see how they can help make you stand out from the pack.

  • PR Campaigns across all media platforms
  • Brand Management
  • Artist Development
  • Events, Festivals and Red Carpet Management
  • Tour Publicity (pre-tour and on-ground schedules)
  • Media and Product Launches

ADVERTISING

Body art is a powerful way to advertise products and services, using creativity that makes you look twice and really sends out a huge statement!

Examples include:
  • Clothing painted on bodies and decore
  • Bodies as imagery and logos depicting products and services
  • Decorated bodies holding products or catering food
  • Illusion based camouflage body art used to blend people into backgrounds or appear as objects
  • As an animated sequence moving over body

PRODUCT LAUNCHES, FASHION PARADES & EVENTS

Body art can be used in many forms for events and product launches to gain media attention and create a unique and eye-catching piece of art for guests to talk about.

Examples include:
  • Celebrities and Models painted with logos or designs depicting the products or service launched
  • Dancers and Models painted to the theme of a launch or event (e.g. Jungle, Circus,60's 70's or 80s, Festival, Cabaret, Latin,.)
  • Dancers and Models as Statues on podiums or plinths
  • Live body art experience Demonstration: watch as a body is transformed before your eyes
  • Waitresses and bar staff body painted when serving guests
  • Camouflage body art where the bodies are blended into backgrounds and then appear or are painted as a logo or objects (This can be used in multiple bodies forming an image or themed design)

FASHION PARADES

Body art can be used in fashion shows to accentuate designs in the form of:
  • Accessories painted onto bodies as ornate and colourful tattoos and body jewellery
  • Stockings painted on where the toes are seen, to create a unique illusion
  • Designers logos can be painted and incorporated into designs
  • Clothing painted as part of an outfit
  • Celebrities painted in designs depicting the designer’s range as a show-stopper
  • Ornamental statues as part of the set design





























Club Forster gets Human Statue Bodyart Neon bodypainting, mermaids and Sonic Boom band






Human Statue Bodyart Mermaid dancers paints patrons, Sonic Boom performs at Club Forster, NSW...


Last night the Human Statue Bodyart team including two mermaids danced and performed bodypainting at mid-coast NSW club, Club Forster.

Neptunes Lounge nightclub situated inside the famous club came alive as creative artists Eva Rinaldi and Vince Cantali painted patrons, along with Mermaid dancers Victoria and Caitlin, who facilitated audience participation and before long the crowd of 500 was painting their own mermaid themed designs on each other.

The mermaid and bodypainting promotion has further cemented Club Forster and its Neptune's Lounge as the premiere entertainment venue and club in the region, joining the Human Statue portfolio which also includes iconic venues such as Crown Melbourne, Hilton Hotel Sydney and Sydney Opera Bar.

Human Statue Bodyart has further cemented its reputation as the recognised leader in the Australian bodypainting and human statue creation industry and Forster has earned some national and international news media coverage as a party town and exciting tourism hotspot.

Well done to everyone involved in the success of the Mermaid and bodypainting promotion at Club Forster, and we know the locals look forward to the next one when the mermaids swim back to town.

















Websites

Human Statue Bodyart

Club Forster

Human Statue Bodyart Flickr

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Via Flickr:
Human Statue Bodyart Mermaid dancers paints patrons, Sonic Boom performs at Club Forster, NSW...


Last night the Human Statue Bodyart team including two mermaids danced and performed bodypainting at mid-coast NSW club, Club Forster.

Neptunes Lounge nightclub situated inside the famous club came alive as creative artists Eva Rinaldi and Vince Cantali painted patrons, along with Mermaid dancers Victoria and Caitlin, who facilitated audience participation and before long the crowd of 500 was painting their own mermaid themed designs on each other.

Artist Eva also took photographs of her amazing human statue mermaid creations along with the crowd who took to bodypainting like a duck to water.

The mermaid and bodypainting promotion has further cemented Club Forster and its Neptune's Lounge as the premiere entertainment venue and club in the region, joining the Human Statue portfolio which also includes iconic venues such as Crown Melbourne, Hilton Hotel Sydney and Sydney Opera Bar.

Human Statue Bodyart has further cemented its reputation as the recognised leader in the Australian bodypainting and human statue creation industry and Forster has earned some national and international news media coverage as a party town and exciting tourism hotspot.

Well done to everyone involved in the success of the Mermaid and bodypainting promotion at Club Forster, and we know the locals look forward to the next one when the mermaids swim back to town.

Websites

Human Statue Bodyart
www.humanstatuebodyart.com.au

Club Forster
www.clubforster.com.au

Human Statue Bodyart Flickr
www.flickr.com/photos/humanstatuebodyart

Eva Rinaldi Photography Flickr

Napoleon Living Statue

Via Flickr:
www.humanstatuebodyart.com.au

Oct 27, 2012

Club Forster gets Human Statue Bodyart bodypainting mermaids and Sonic Boom band

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Via Flickr:
Human Statue Bodyart Mermaid dancers paints patrons, Sonic Boom performs at Club Forster, NSW...


Last night the Human Statue Bodyart team including two mermaids danced and performed bodypainting at mid-coast NSW club, Club Forster.

Neptunes Lounge nightclub situated inside the famous club came alive as creative artists Eva Rinaldi and Vince Cantali painted patrons, along with Mermaid dancers Victoria and Caitlin, who facilitated audience participation and before long the crowd of 500 was painting their own mermaid themed designs on each other.

Artist Eva also took photographs of her amazing human statue mermaid creations along with the crowd who took to bodypainting like a duck to water.

The mermaid and bodypainting promotion has further cemented Club Forster and its Neptune's Lounge as the premiere entertainment venue and club in the region, joining the Human Statue portfolio which also includes iconic venues such as Crown Melbourne, Hilton Hotel Sydney and Sydney Opera Bar.

Human Statue Bodyart has further cemented its reputation as the recognised leader in the Australian bodypainting and human statue creation industry and Forster has earned some national and international news media coverage as a party town and exciting tourism hotspot.

Well done to everyone involved in the success of the Mermaid and bodypainting promotion at Club Forster, and we know the locals look forward to the next one when the mermaids swim back to town.

Websites

Human Statue Bodyart
www.humanstatuebodyart.com.au

Club Forster
www.clubforster.com.au

Human Statue Bodyart Flickr
www.flickr.com/photos/humanstatuebodyart