Rugby supporters from around the globe have flocked to Japan for the Rugby World Cup in massive numbers since the tournament kicked off last month, but it is a local fan who is standing out in the crowd. Hiroshi Moriyama, also known by the nickname "Bak-san", has become a cult hero at the World Cup after pledging to body paint the jerseys of all 20 teams on his torso. He has tickets to 27 of the 48 matches in Japan and has become a crowd favourite, both at the stadiums and on the TV broadcasts, often seen with a beer in hand as he enjoys the on-field action. His exploits are also being chronicled on Twitter, with the hashtag BakSansBack growing in popularity.
Get your kits out!: Colombian artist paints models in World Cup strips (PHOTOS)
Get your kits out!: Colombian artist paints models in World Cup strips (PHOTOS) - RT
Think again. Colombian body paint company Angeles Urbanos has painted models in shirts of each of the 32 teams at Russia Some even feature painted-on thigh-high socks to complete the outfit. The body painting began in Januarym with an advert placed for models.
Colombian artist Giovanni Zitro published photos of models, with their bodies painted in the colors of all the 32 national teams playing in World Cup From Bogota, Zitro, who calls himself a photographer, body artist and teacher, has come up with the cheeky art project. Grupo E. Copa Fifa Rusia????????
Post a Comment. World Cup Soccer Body Painting. This is the first time that the tournament will be held in an African Nation. The soccer tournament is the most significant sporting gathering not only because of their well skilled popular team or country players, but also because of each National Team's hot female beauties that took part in the current body paint.