Pop! Art Body Sculptures by Emma Hack

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

Australian body artist Emma Hack is back with yet another impressive offering for art enthusiasts. After recently taking a look at her Body Painted Car, the artist is back again with her latest series aptly titled ‘Pop!.’

With just one quick glance at the collection of work, you will know exactly where the name comes from. Pop art is certainly a hot commodity in the art world these days,  and we love it. Hack took these elements and fused them with something else we love very much, naked women. The naked women have been painted against colorful backdrops to look like they are actually immersed into a canvas painting.

Pop Art Body Sculptures by Emma Hack (9)

Pop Art Body Sculptures by Emma Hack (8)

Pop Art Body Sculptures by Emma Hack (7)

Pop Art Body Sculptures by Emma Hack (6)

Pop Art Body Sculptures by Emma Hack (5)

Pop Art Body Sculptures by Emma Hack (4)

Pop Art Body Sculptures by Emma Hack (3)

Pop Art Body Sculptures by Emma Hack (2)

Pop Art Body Sculptures by Emma Hack (1)

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