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Emma Hack

Here are some of Emma Hack’s work using body art, wall paper designs and animals.

Emma Hack: Gotye - Somebody that I used to know

Emma Hack has created work for multiple famous music videos. This included body painting work for Gotye’s award winning music video “Somebody That I Used To Know” including Kimbra. 45 more words

Artist: Emma Hack

Emma Hack is an Adelaide-based artist working in the unique medium of body paint installation and photography. Exhibiting extensively throughout Australia since 1999, Emma’s astounding artworks have since captured the attention of collectors and art lovers worldwide.

Emma Hack

(Pick a card.) I love this kind of work. It brings out the sleuth in you. Like those old newspaper puzzles where you had to find out what was different between two seemingly identical pictures. 33 more words




I have a lot of ideas floating around right now. No decisions have been made, but I think it is best for me in this step of the process to flood myself with inspiration. 84 more words

Columbus College Of Art And Design

The story behind that Gotye body paint video


Making music video clips is glamorous, right?

Take a peek behind the scenes as South Australian artist Emma Hack shares her view of what it was like to work on the now infamous Gotye video “Somebody that I used to know”, featuring her body painting and exposing the artform to a worldwide audience. 451 more words

News And Feature Stories

Eyewitness: Body painting at its best

Click to enlargeEmma Hack/Barcroft Media

Vreeland’s Cockatoo from the Birds of a Feather collection by Emma Hack.