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  • THE COSTUME, HAIR AND MAKEUP IN MARVEL'S 'BLACK PANTHER' ARE A CELEBRATION OF BLACK CULTURE AND HERITAGE
    23
    FEB

    THE COSTUME, HAIR AND MAKEUP IN MARVEL'S 'BLACK PANTHER' ARE A CELEBRATION OF BLACK CULTURE AND HERITAGE

    "Black Panther" is a celebration of black culture that both powerfully pays homage to African heritage, while honoring the future through the highly advanced Wakanda, powered by vibranium, an indestructible (and very coveted) metal native to the never-colonized (and hidden) Afrofuturist nation. To help tell T'Challa and Wakanda's stories in such a powerful way, the costume, hair and makeup were designed to create new, never-before-seen, and sure-to-be iconic looks and personas to inspire generations (and sequels) to come.

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  • Star Trek Beyond - The Makeup Artistry of Joel Harlow
    25
    SEP

    Star Trek Beyond - The Makeup Artistry of Joel Harlow

    With the release of Star Trek Beyond in 2016, viewers were given a spectacular visual treat as a whole host of new aliens made their appearance for the first time in the rebooted franchise.

    At the heart of the process of bringing these breathtaking intergalactic species to life was Academy Award-winning make-up artist Joel Harlow. Together with his team of amazingly talented creatives, Harlow set to work on creating aliens from over 50 different races for the film and documented the entire creative process for each one in exhaustive detail, from preliminary sketches to final make-up application.

    Star Trek Beyond – The Makeup Artistry of Joel Harlow presents the extraordinary work done by Harlow and his crew. Featuring fascinating pencil sketches, stunning concept art and beautiful photography, this visually arresting book gives fans a unique in-depth look into the remarkable work that went into this immensely popular movie.

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  • THE FIRST LOOK: Star Trek Beyond - The Makeup Artistry of Joel Harlow
    25
    SEP

    THE FIRST LOOK: Star Trek Beyond - The Makeup Artistry of Joel Harlow

     Star Trek Beyond, in additon to a whole lot of action, delivered a galaxy of fresh aliens that made their debuts in the rebooted franchise. The man behind those aliens was Oscar-winning makeup artist Joel Harlow, and now he and his work are the subject of an upcoming book titled Star Trek Beyond -- The Makeup Artistry of Joel Harlow, written by Joe Nazzaro and illustrated with countless color illustrations and photographs.

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  • Star Trek Beyond Wins Saturn Award For Best Makeup
    05
    JUL

    Star Trek Beyond Wins Saturn Award For Best Makeup

    Star Trek Beyond was recognized at the 43rd Annual Saturn Awards for Best Film Makeup during Wednesday night’s ceremony in Burbank, California.

    The award was accepted by Monica Huppert and Joel Harlow for the outstanding make-up effects seen in the 2016 film, which starred Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, Zoe Saldana, Karl Urban, Simon Pegg, Anton Yelchin, John Cho, Idris Elba and Sofia Boutella.

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  • Marvel’s ‘Black Panther’ Unleashed in Explosive First Teaser
    11
    JUN

    Marvel’s ‘Black Panther’ Unleashed in Explosive First Teaser

    Black Panther is unleashed in the first teaser trailer for the upcoming Marvel movie.

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  • How a Makeup Artist Helped Hugh Jackman Look His Worst in ‘Logan’
    26
    APR

    How a Makeup Artist Helped Hugh Jackman Look His Worst in ‘Logan’

    “Logan,” released by Fox on March 3, has surpassed expectations, raking in more than $500 million dollars in its first four weeks at the global box office. The latest installment in the massive 10-film “X-Men” franchise (with many more to come), which includes the titles “Deadpool” and “The Wolverine,” wowed audiences with its dark story and decaying protagonist, Logan, played by Hugh Jackman. This story first appeared in the April 04, 2017 issue of Variety. Key to the film’s aesthetic was Logan’s distressed physical appearance, created in large part by makeup and prosthetics artist Joel Harlow, a three-time Oscar nominee, including a win for 2009’s “Star Trek” reboot.

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