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'Car Wreck' Composed of Painted Bodies

'Car Wreck' Composed of Painted Bodies

An anti-speeding campaign for South Australia's Motor Accident Commission (MAC) featured the work of body painting illustrator Emma Hack, who painted 17 humans to appear as a wrecked sedan. More photos and a behind-the-scenes video at the IIHIH blog.

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