Famous works from the top professionals in the make-up field will be on display, as well as works from special make-up effects studios, rare photo collections and movie memorabilia. There is often an unprecedented collection of works from make-up history.
Another IMATS post, this time with hopefully not too much text, because in this post I want to show you pictures of the Make-up Museum. The Make-up Museum was a small part of IMATS London, in the right corner of the exhibit floor there was a little bit of space reserved for display of famous work of people in the make-up industry. Warning, some of them look rather scary.
This year’s museum also had some prosthetics designed for Leonardo Dicaprio in the film J. Edgar.
I saved the very best for last. This year’s museum featured some pieces from the Harry Potter films, the pieces were provided by Nick Dudman, the make-up designer for the films. He was also a keynote speaker on the Saturday. Unfortunately because I went on Sunday I didn’t get to see his demonstration on Warwick Davis, he demonstrated how he turned him into a Goblin.
Impressive right? It just amazes me how much work goes into a film. Well, I have to admit, pictures don’t do these pieces justice. Make-up truly is a form of art.
Hope you enjoyed seeing these pictures!