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Public Relations, Promotions and Advertising

Visually stunning body painting can be used with great effect to promote products, services or organisations.

Below are some examples of how Carolyn has worked with leading marketing and PR agencies or directly with companies and organisations (see Clients list) to produce memorable and distinctive body painting designs that have been used on TV, in newspapers and magazines, on packaging such as CD covers, or on models at 'live' events such as exhibitions and product launches.

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Carolyn was commissioned by Imagination PR to body paint two models to blend with a back-drop for a promotional video for the launch of the Ford B Max. The photo is a still from the video in which the models step away from the background.   Celebrities Mario Falcone and Leandro Penna were body painted by Carolyn for the 2012 'Jeans for Genes' charity promotion.   Super Bike rider Leon Haslam was body painted by Carolyn to promote the 2012 race at Silverstone.
Carolyn was employed by Taylor Herring PR to body paint models so they blended into their urban background. The stunt was made by TV channel Really to mark the UK premiere of the new series of the CIA drama, Covert Affairs.
Photos: Tim Anderson/Barcroft Media
  Sun Page 3 model Sam Cooke and actor Jason Flemyng were transformed into characters Mystique and Azazel to publicise the release of 'X Men First Class' movie on Blu-ray and DVD by Twentieth Century Fox.
 More photos here.
  3 celebrities were body painted in luminous paint for a Cancer Research fund-raising campaign which received extensive media coverage.

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Body painting of models used in the launch of a new investment product from ETF Securities and featured in the East Anglian Daily Times (above), the Scottish Daily   Record and the Daily Telegraph.

  Tibits Restaurant, London, used a body painted model to promote their 'Vegetarian Week'. 
"Thank you... the pictures have gone everywhere, even China".
Susie Howard,
  Body painted models were used at the Saatchi Art Gallery, London, to promote an event.
    Visually interesting and memorable body painting was used by rock group Biffy Clyro for the covers of two of their CDs, "Puzzle" and "Machines".
Zoo Magazine used a model in body painted motorcycle gear to promote the MCN London Motorcycle Show.    
  Left: Zavvi used models body painted in gold standing in their music store window in Regent Street, London, to promote the launch of the Beowolf movie on DVD.

Right: The Royal Parks used body painting to launch a new rose at the Royal Chelsea Flower Show.
As part of a publicity campaign to get the nation to eat more healthily, the Fibre Foundation  persuaded cricketer Mark Ramprakash to have his body painted to show key organs which benefit from a high-fibre diet. The photos generated extensive coverage in the national press, including the Daily Telegraph, Star and Mirror, as well as 120 pieces of regional coverage. More details in the PR Media Blog at    
“Carolyn, a special thank you. Your body painting design was spot on and had the exact press appeal we were looking for! It was great working with you”. Staniforth PR Agency.

Left: Top Rugby League stars were body painted to promote the start of the Super League season. As well as appearing in the press the publicity stunt was also shown on BBC North and Sky Sports news.

Right: Planet SkinCare used a body painted model to promote their products in Selfridges, London.

    A promotional campaign by 'A Suit That Fits' used a model in a painted-on suit in and around London to promote their tailor's business directly to City workers.
A body painting of a gymnast was used in an advertising campaign for Panasonic Viera televisions, shown extensively on Sky Movies channels.