Not for the faint hearted, PRICASSO, AKA Tim Patch, is a artist with a very personal touch.
For the past ten years he has been traversing the world painting people’s portrait with… you guessed it, his member. Those lucky enough to be treated to have their portrait painted in this very original way, include some high profile names, Hugh Hefner (perhaps predictably), Pink and the King of Sweden.
All in all, he’s painted over 10,000 portraits this way and as one can imagine has compiled a litany of fantastic stories. These tales form the basis of his stand up comedy show, PRICASSO; The Naked Painters, which premieres at the Adelaide Fringe Festival.
The show is comprised of his unusual painting style and the tales he has compiled in his very unique career. Patch’s alter ego Speedy Da Vinci opens the show assisting with demonstrations of of his artform, before the great Pricasso graces the stage.
The show includes audience involvement, so prepared to get called up on stage and integrated into this risque, provocative, but most of all highly entertaining show.
The Naked Painters is on from February 16-25 at The Bally, in Gluttony, from February 28th to March 4th at Tandanya Cafe and drom March 12-17 at The Bakehouse Studio Theatre.