Tags: art, canvas, Daniel Regan, Kat Sinclair, Philip Levine, photographer, women, world
Philip Levine enjoys being bald. So much so that instead of hiding it, he turned it into art. These days his closely-shaved heal is his canvas. This Headism movement of his was created when he teamed up with Daniel Regan, a photographer and Kat Sinclair, a body artist. Together, the three of them created a wealth of designs that range from homages to artists like Roy Lichtenstein and Hokusai to a thousand pieces of Swarovski crystals. Philips head is now iconic around the world and is a source of inspiration to men and women alike suffering from baldness.
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