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Run by multi-award winning body painter Julie Tattam, Skincognito is Sydney’s premier body painting supplier to the events, public relations, fashion, film, music and television industries, as well as private clients.

View an article in “Profile Magazine” on Julie’s career here:
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Julie Tattam LIVE on Channel 7’s Sunrise

Skincognito’s Julie Tattam body painted two Aussie models in lookalike jeans LIVE on national television today as part of a PR promotion for Jeans for Genes Day. See the footage below.





Julie Tattam’s new body painting text book “The Essential Guide to Body Painting – Tips, Techniques and Confessions” is being released in December 2014.

This comprehensive “how-to” guide covers all aspects of the body painting industry from concept creation, design and composition, application techniques and products, model and photographer selection, competitions, props and styling, posing your model, right through to quoting jobs, protecting yourself with contracts, tips and common mistakes, and how to get well paid commercial work as a body painter.

To be notified when the book is released, please contact us to join our notification list on


This bodypainted Christmas Tree creation was directed by Julie Tattam, and involved a team of 6 artists, applying 5 litres of custom-made metallic body paint to 28 models in a seven hour photoshoot. Julie directed the positioning of the bodies, one by one, into the Christmas Tree formation, from a crane platform suspended 5 metres above the ground.


A Behind-The-Scenes Video of the photo shoot is available here:



View our latest work in this two-minute slideshow:


NEW photos added this month:

Click here to see new photos of our work added this month, including music videos for Ricki-Lee Coulter and Aust synth-pop duo We Are The Brave, Australia’s Got Talent judge Kyle Sandilands, Maunsell Wickes Art Gallery, Halloween and much more.


Why are Skincognito so popular?

Skincognito have delivered some of the most successful body art campaigns for Australia’s biggest firms.

Having won several national awards in our field, Skincognito have the skills, professionalism and experience to deliver a sensational result every time.

We are not only artists, but we have business degrees in marketing and finance, so we understand corporate objectives.

We have established a fantastic reputation for being professional, reliable, well presented, friendly and easy to work with.

Our work is consistently high quality, and our strong relationships in the modelling, photography and makeup industries means that we can pull together strong creative teams for our clients at short notice.


What is body painting used for?

Areas where our clients have successfully used our body painting services are:

  • Photo Shoots and Advertising
    Yamaha, Stoli, NRL, AFL, Sydney City Motorcycles, Holly Eva, Bavarian Bier Café, TruFX
  • Promotions and Launches
    Cartier, Vodafone, Samsung, Tip Top, EA Games, Sol Republic, Steve Aoki, Global Colours BodyArtPro
  • Exhibitions and Trade Show Booths
    Hotwire, Protecht Advisory, Mehron New York, Mind and Body Expo, IMATS, Motor Show
  • Runway Shows and Fashion Events
    Fashion Vs Music, Fashmob, Runway Art
  • Circus Performers and Dance Companies
    Luminous (Art Kinetica), Magique
  • Film, Television and Theatre
    Tropfest, Network Ten, Wizard of Oz, Upside Down Productions
  • Music Videos
    Ricki-Lee Coulter
  • Costume Parties and Dance Parties
    Hot Kandi, Magique, Luna Park
  • Live Bodypainting Performances
    IMATS, Butterfly Foundation, Hot Kandi, Fox Hole
  • Corporate Events
    QANTAS, BP Castrol, Bicycle NSW, Stella’s events, Styled by Sting, Red Lotus Events
  • Roving Entertainers
    QANTAS, RSVP Events Showcase
  • Halloween and Zombie Walk
  • Mardi Gras Parade
  • Pregnant Belly Bump Painting


How can we hire Skincognito?

To book a body painter or discuss how we can make your next project a success, please contact Julie Tattam.


Where can I see more of your work?
To view hundreds of examples of our body painting work, please visit our Body Painting Gallery.


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Why is body painting becoming so popular?

Few things catch the attention of the public more than the clever, tasteful use of a moving, interacting human canvas displaying your brand message in a memorable way.

At product launches and promotional events, the public are far more likely to photograph themselves alongside an attractive male or female model (painted tastefully in your logo), than next to a billboard or poster.

Clever body painting is one of the top ten “most shared” images on social media. In this era where social media is a key delivery tool for branding, viral sharing of these photos containing your logo (incorporated into an eye-catching piece of body art) provides unparalleled opportunity for extending the customer ‘reach’ of your brand.

In print advertising, the viewer is far more likely to “look twice” at an advertisement where a clever optical illusion is used, created via high quality body art.

At live product launches, the ability for your ‘artwork’ (be it a painted celebrity, sportsperson or spokesmodel) to be interviewed and further push the brand message is even more valuable.

Cancellation Policy

All face, body and special effects bookings: Cancellations made within 24hours of your appointment will incur a cancellation fee equivalent to 50% of your appointment cost.

  • Upcoming Exhibitions

    Dates of next exhibition are currently being set and will be posted in the coming week.
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