Nail Objects is featured in a book about nail artists called ‘The Perfect Ten!’ The first publication is out and available in German on amazon.de.
Jenny Pierce is a multi-disciplinary artist whose recent project ‘Nail Objects’ incorporates aspects of photo, color, fashion, and dance. Jenny began developing her art brand in the United States in 2011 upon returning from seven years of residence in Tokyo, Japan. Nail Objects are larger-than-life, glamourous, sculptural nail art accessories. They have been described as “almost too much fun” fantasy finger art. Nail Objects are perfect for events, Burlesque performances, music videos, fashion shows, photo shoots, movies, or a rainy day in Kansas.
In addition to making Nail Objects, Jenny also wears her nails in dance performances. Ms. Pierce comes from an eclectic dance background with experience in Butoh, modern dance, and hip-hop. She made her Burlesque debut in March, 2013. Since her debut, she has performed in North Carolina, Kansas, New York City, and Tokyo, Japan. It is her dream to continue developing as a Burlesque dancer and artist in general, traveling all over the world while creating unique photography and choreography which often feature her art objects.
To learn more about my Master’s thesis check out my archive/blog: Choreographic Color
To see BIJIN in print, click: HERE!
Read about BIJIN. The process and people: http://www.choreographiccolor.com/2012/10/b-i-j-i-n-2/
An investigation of color in TOKYO street fashion.
The book I published on Blurb: TOKYO COLOR
My thoughts about TOKYO COLOR: http://www.choreographiccolor.com/category/tokyo-color/