World is filled with wonderful things and thoughts. Many artists are trying to surprise the world with their amazing creativity. Have you ever seen amazing car sculpture made with human body? Emma Hack, Australian body artist, has made the crashed car sculpture with the use of human bodies to support the Motor Accident Commission of South Australia. The Motor Accident Commission wants to use this sculpture to highlight the risks of low-level speeding. It is expected that this campaign will encourage people to decelerate and follow the recommended speed limits to decrease the number of road traffic accidents in which many people injure or kill.
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Seventeen men and women had held positions wonderfully to create an amazing crashed car sculpture. This is a big achievement for these people. This is really wonderful. Athletes and body builders were used for loaded part of the crashed car by her as she thought they would be better for taking the weight of the people on top of them. She used a team of tumblers for making the front of the car. Some crates were also used in the human car by her to help in lessening the physical strain but most of the part is being prepared with painted human bodies.
Starting phase of individual paintaning.
Creating the design of wheel at back of man.
Emma Hack has done a good job by mixing human bodies beautifully.
It's amazing to see 17 people in a crashed car sculpture.
Hack applied up to five layers of the paint to the body of each person; every one remained twisted as per the requirement and this procedure was completed in 18 hours. As per Ms. Hack, this was most hard work she had ever completed but the trick, the way it is turned out, is quite magical. Previous to it, she painted Kimba and Gotye in a video for the song, "Somebody that I Used to Know."
Amazing body art car crash video from youtube:
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