“Makeup is one of the most important factors when creating a film. It completely brings the characters to life and, most importantly, helps the audience believe what they are seeing is ‘real’.” Salih has always been passionate about makeup and the way it can completely transform a person. The artist’s work involves a mixture of designing, sculpting, moulding, painting and applying. Shown above is Fitcher’s Bird, which takes inspiration from The Brothers Grimm fairy tales, in which a character disguised herself as a bird. The result is a human-bird hybrid. Frankenstein’s Monster is an extremely iconic makeup that has been repeatedly reimagine and remade, taking inspiration from Mary Shelley’s description.
Designer Nicole Siddle is inspired by the versatility of street style and views it as a way for people to express who they are without having to speak.
McNeill’s publication is dedicated to educating audiences on animal extinction – exploring why it happens, who causes it and how to prevent it.