Henry Rollins Gets Shirtless And Paints With The Shirtless Painter
Punk icon, actor, spoken word performer, radio host… Henry Rollins is a man of many talents. Now, he’s turned his hand at painting, and he’s got a pretty interesting way with the brush.
Rollins has appeared on Funny Or Die’s The Shirtless Painter to engage in some mutual shirtless portrait painting with The Shirtless Painter himself. While the Shirtless Painter goes for a more straight forward approach; producing a well defined, linear version of ol’ Hank, Rollins took his portrait in another direction — as you can see, he takes a more abstract approach, drawing his counterpart as a black box with a brown dot in the middle of it. Powerful stuff.
The pair then paint objects on each other’s torsos, where Rollins ends up with daisies and flowers painted across his bare chest.
Watch the thirty-or-so minute clip below.
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