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Painted Yoga Experts Form Human Motorcycles [Pics]

Painted Yoga Experts Form Human Motorcycles [Pics]
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A body artist creates stunning poses of models as living bikes for the 2012 International Motorcycle Roadshow.

Karen Summerson
  • 18 october 2012

We are captivated by these new photos taken of body-painted models posing to form bikes. Trina Merry, fine art body painter from the San Francisco Bay area, was hired by i.d.e.a. to create stunning web art for the 2012 International Motorcycle Roadshow tour that kicks off November 2nd. The team was given three days to create a dirt bike, a sport bike and a cruiser. Working with Erin Bates, the  host of the tour, a sports reporter and a dirt bike rider, yoga experts formed themselves into positions and supported Bates as the rider. See the video below for a behind-the-scene look at the creative process.

i.d.e.a. said the companies were looking for something contemporary and edgy, which they creatively delivered. The pictures are posted as a scrolling feed on the tour’s webpage. To view all of the photos, explore the gallery below.

 

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