Glastonbury is known for the quirky and creative and yesterday (Saturday January 12) was no different, as the town hall transformed into a realm of psychedelia.
The Glastonbury Body Art Festival returned for its third year, featuring a psychedelic UV catwalk and a neon glow.
The event held in Glastonbury town hall, raised £1000 for local charity Children’s World and was described as a “truly unique evening.”
The show saw 30 talented artists and models from across the UK create amazing, fantastical artwork – painted directly onto the human body.
Gallery below shows pictures from Glastonbury Body Art Festival 2020 (pictures contain nudity).
Models painted in luminous UV paint took to the cat walk, in a show inspired by “colourful creatures and beings that live in a realm called psychedelia.”
The event started with public viewing during the day and culminated with the show, after which spectators were able to grab a selfie with the insta worthy models and drinks whilst the DJ played.
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