FEAR FACTORY Singer Supports 'Body Of Art' To Raise Funds For Cancer Research

Singer Burton C. Bell of Los Angeles cyber metallers FEAR FACTORY has teamed up with Body Of Art, an art project that is raising funds for cancer research. Tattooed celebrities, tattoo artists, sports personalities and inspirational figures in the public eye are asked to pose for a portrait in the Body Of Art style. The works of art created are lifesize photographic sculptures that will be exhibited before being auctioned to raise funds for cancer research. Limited-edition prints from the project are available. Also available are posters, canvases and t-shirts.

Other musicians who were photographed include: Corey Taylor (SLIPKNOT, STONE SOUR), Chris Adler (LAMB OF GOD), Barry Kerch (SHINEDOWN) and HALESTORM.

For more information, visit BodyOfArtFoundation.com.


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