Make-up Museum


 

The Make-up Museum showcases famous works from film, television and advertising, created by make-up industry leaders. The museum also features rare photo collections, movie memorabilia and pieces from special make-up effects studios. Past contributors to other IMATS museums have included the Stan Winston Studio, Mike Hill, W.M. Creations, Creative Character, KNB EFX, the Chiodo Brothers, Creature Effects and many others. The museum is your chance to see make-up history up close.

New Jersey-based special make-up effects artist Anthony Giordano will curate this year's museum. Giordano—a special effects fabricator, make-up artist and licensed instructor—has worked on The Last Samurai, Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed, The Amazing Spider-Man 2 and Saturday Night Live. He was a Disney set and costume fabricator and created NASA training suits. He worked on Broadway productions Young Frankenstein and Shrek The Musical. Musician clients include Madonna, Metallica, 50 Cent, Dr. Dre, Johnny Cash, David Bowie and more. He is the owner/creator of the haunted attraction State Scare.

If you're interested in displaying items in the museum, email Giordano at
scareproproductions@gmail.com

 

Below: Previous IMATS New York museum pieces. All photos by Deverill Weekes

 

IMATS New York 2011 Make-up Museum: Charlie Sheen piece; photo by  Deverill Weekes

Charlie Sheen piece

IMATS New York 2011 Make-up  Museum: Various pieces by Josh Turi; photo  by Deverill Weekes

Various pieces by Josh Turi

IMATS New York 2011 Make-up Museum: Pieces by Tom Denier; photo by Deverill Weekes

Pieces by Tom Denier

IMATS New York 2011 Make-up Museum: Saturday Night Live wigs; photo by Deverill Weekes

Wigs from Saturday Night Live

 

IMATS New York 2011 Make-up Museum: Various pieces by Louie Zakarian; photo by Deverill Weekes

Various pieces by Louie Zakarian

 

IMATS New York 2011 Make-up Museum: By Tate Steinsiek; photo by Deverill Weekes

Piece by Tate Steinsiek for The History Channel's Clash of the Gods

IMATS New York 2011 Make-up Museum: Pieces from Christine Domaniecki and Michael Thomas

Pieces from Christine Domaniecki and Michael Thomas

IMATS New York 2011 Make-up Museum: Jeremy Selenfried; photo by Deverill Weekes

Piece by Jeremy Selenfriend from Blood Night: The Legend of Mary Hatchet

 

IMATS New York 2011 Make-up Museum: John Caglione Jr.; photo by Deverill Weekes

"Flattop" work by John Caglione Jr. for Dick Tracy

IMATS New York 2011 Make-up Museum: Bob Kelly archives; photo by Deverill Weekes

Archives of Bob Kelly's work

IMATS New York 2011 Make-up Museum: Teeth molds from Saturday Night Live; photo by Deverill Weekes

Teeth molds from Saturday Night Live

 IMATS New York 2011 Make-up Museum: Work by Steve Kelley; photo by Deverill Weekes

Various pieces by Steve Kelley

 


 

 

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