Crash Gallery

Crash Gallery artists paint while lying on a spinning platform. Watch out for falling paint!

After the first round’s sticky street art challenge, two winners get dizzy painting Michelangelo-style while spinning on a motorized platform.

'Paint does distract you when it falls on your face'

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After the first round's sticky street art challenge, two winners get dizzy painting Michelangelo-style while spinning on a motorized platform on this Sunday's Crash Gallery.

Multi-media artist David Chin, art teacher Brooke Higginbotham, and body painter Melissa Maretsky get pasted with paper in a subversive street art challenge. And in a dizzying final contest, the top two artists paint on their backs, Michelangelo style, while spinning on a motorized platform.

Watch Crash Gallery tonight, Sunday February 26th, at 9:30PM on CBC TV

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