Updated The heat this weekend in New York was so brutal that you might have thought about ditching your clothes entirely and slipping through the city au naturel. For the men and women who took part in the second-annual NYC Bodypainting Day , that fantasy proved real. As the rain subsided on Saturday afternoon, about models disrobed and got painted at Dag Hammarskjold Plaza in the name of art and body acceptance. The painting went on for hours, as NYPD officers stood by and tourists gawked over the fences. Once it was finished, the models embarked on a naked march to the United Nations building.
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Body painting is very common these days and you can see here and there these body paintings. But what bring these body paintings in use. The answer to the question is not so clear because it may happen that people like to see body paintings which are creative and innovative.