Human Statue Bodyart: Halloween, New Years Eve and other costume ideas: Costumes 2013: Top Trends in Australia and United States

Human Statue Bodyart: Halloween, New Years Eve and other costume ideas: Halloween Costumes 2013: Top Trends in Australia and United States: Human Statue Bodyart and Human Entertainment agency reports from Sydney: Perfect for private and fun corporate events and parties: Halloween, Christmas and New Years Eve party ideas and themes

Gif Banners


Human Statue Bodyart Human Entertainment Halloween Day Of The Dead Costume Design

The Human Statue Bodyart, Human Entertainment and Media Man agencies have been researching the most popular Halloween themed costumes on the planet, and have scoured everywhere from Sin City Sydney to Bondi Beach, to Melbourne, all the way up to Hollywood, USA, and have found some very interesting and exciting findings.

U.S group, the National Retail Federation, can confirm that 158 million Americans are expected to celebrate Halloween and dressing in costumes is one of the most popular ways to revel in the spooky spirit.

Let us analyze pop culture, the latest fashion crazes and Hollywood blockbusters to help determine the year's biggest costume trends.

Superheroes: With movies like "Iron Man 3" and "Man of Steel: Superman" scoring box office records, it's no surprise superheroes remain a top costume trend. Marvel Entertainment superheroes are super popular both as traditional costumes, and well as in the bodypainted / bodyart medium. Spiderman, Iron Man, Captain America, The Hulk, The Punisher, Thor and more.

Monsters: Dracula, Frankie Stein others. Check out our Halloween girl in bodypaint.

Disney Princesses: With the re-release of "The Little Mermaid" from the Disney Vault on Oct. 1, Ariel makes a splash at the top of costume charts for 2013.

Feathered Fashion: Become a peacock queen, snow queen, rainbow bird, showgirl or any other feathered friend your heart desires.

Black and Bone Skeletons: Energized by the resurgence of Victorian fashion, gothic glamour returns from the grave just in time for Halloween. Be striking in a black and bone skeleton print, paired with Victorian-style stripes and lace, to create a truly bad-to-the-bone character. The rising popularity of the Day of the Dead holiday, makes skeletons a popular Halloween trend.

Game of Thrones: The popular historical television drama. Medieval is in. Be a king, a queen or a dragon. Wigs, crowns, capes and more to make your vision come alive.

Colors: Bight colours are all the rage. Blue, red, gold. Even rainbow designs in Mardi Gras style and dozens more.

Geek Chic: Geeks are in. Think The Big Bang Theory. Hello Kitty and a massive range of female (and male) superheros. Ms Marvel.

Human Statue Bodyart: Bodypainting Favorites include:

Superheroes (The Hulk, The Punisher, Blade, Superman, Catwoman, Wonder-Woman, and all of The Avengers)

Mexican Day Of The Dead

Masked Mexican wrestlers (Rey Mysterio, Sin Cara and more)

Extreme Cabaret (as previously see at Zeta Bar, Sydney Hilton Hotel)

Glow In The Dark - creatures on the night for both men and women. Glowing bodypaint and accessories

Other popular bodypainting and human statue designs:

Christmas - Santa, Mrs Claus, Jesus, Mary, Elves and The Last Supper

James Bond 007: Goldfinger, Skyfall

Avatar: Neytiri

X-Men: Mystique - Raven Darkhölme

Lara Croft (Tomb Raider)

Cleopatra and other Egyptian goddesses and gods

Sex In The City: Mr Big and all of the ladies

Marilyn Monroe

Lady Gaga

Hercules and other Greek gods and goddesses

All That Glitters Is Gold: Golden bodypainted designs

Costume and one off requests encourged. No job is too big or to small


Human Statue Bodyart

Human Entertainment:

T: 1300 971 393

E: or