Van Gogh’s sunflowers. Bob Ross’s happy little clouds. The impressive rendition of Starry Night you just painted on a stranger’s lower back...
Admire the brushstrokes at The Miami Naked Painting Party—why, yes, it is a soiree full of naked people painting each other, and tickets are now on sale.
History lesson: in 2010, someone in the Lower East Side of New York got bored with everyone showing up to parties with clothes on. Thus was born Social Exposure, a group of like-minded people who would rather be naked painting around the world than, say, not.
Step 1: Show up in clothes you don’t care about (paint and Duncan Quinn are the only things that clash here), and if you’re coming with a large naked-painting posse, keep an even guy-girl ratio. It’s sort of like going to a club. Sort of.
Step 2: Get as naked as you want. (If you’re not feeling especially full-frontal, fair enough. You can stay.)
Step 3: Go to the open bar and get cocktails... because now you’re naked in a roomful of 200 other naked people, and whiskey will help.
Step 4: Grab a paintbrush...
Nothing says “Nice to meet you” like a firm brushstroke.