Friday, August 31, 2012

Hilton Hotel Sydney: Zeta Bar Coney Island Blue Mermaid Swims Into Bar








The Hilton marquee Hilton reads: "Zeta`s "CONEY ISLAND" is our exciting new Friday Nights concept. Experience evenings of the unexpected, perfectly paradoxical and the weird and wonderful, with extravagant entertainment and a creative mix of classic cocktails with progressive and fun elements."

The Hilton Hotel franchise and our friends at the Zeta Bar were serious and they were back to the Coney Island theme again tonight, with a blue mermaid on the entertainment menu.

The action was all mixed with a specially concocted range of classic cocktails with a twist, like Cosmopolitan Candy Floss, Toffee Apple Martinis and Long Island Iced Tea snow cones and much, much more, and tonight more of the same was on offer, with an even more colourful and extreme mermaid to add more excitement.

Earlier this evening the team at Human Statue Bodyart created a Human - Extreme Mermaid which once made up entertained, danced and titillated patrons at Hilton's famous Zeta Bar.

The Coney Island theme was once again a huge hit and mermaid fans will be pleased to hear that yet more mermaids, tipped to be wearing colourful numbers (and sexy tail fins), will be entertaining patrons at the Zeta on most Friday nights for at least a month or so.

Very well done to everyone involved in the success of the Coney Island promotion and we're certain extreme mermaid is just the right bait to keep patrons coming back for more.

It's all there for the taking at Hilton's little slice of paradise in Sydney's CBD and its you're big chance to see why the world over just loves mermaids.

Promo...

Zeta Bar pushed the boundaries of cabaret, bringing the sexy mystique of 19th century underground back to life in Extreme Cabaret.

Extreme Cabaret was a delicious smorgasbord of fantasy and magic, wit and whimsy served with sides of lunacy and luxe, and very well lubricated with prohibition-style cocktails, mystifying molecular cocktails and delectable morsels.

About Zeta Bar...

As a progressive cocktail bar and exclusive escape in the Sydney CBD, Zeta changed the face of Sydney’s bar culture when it launched as part of Hilton Sydney in 2005. Today, Zeta has won multiple awards year on year for its bartenders, playful drinks, cocktail classics and seasonal, trend setting concepts; the latest of which being ‘Extreme Cabaret’.

Access to Zeta is via glass elevator at the Hilton Sydney entrance on George Street. Zeta boasts a chic, outdoor terrace overlooking the iconic Queen Victoria Building. A VIP lounge and selection of private booths and breakout areas in luxe purple and dark wood interiors underline Zeta as the CBD cocktail bar to be seen in and part of.

An exclusive escape for visiting international celebrities too, Jessica Simpson, Kimberley Stewart, James Blunt, Snoop Dogg and Nicole Ritchie have all partied at Zeta and regular Aussie A-listers include Jennifer Hawkins, Hugh Jackman, Ian Thorpe and Megan Gale.






Websites

Hilton Hotel Sydney

Zeta Bar

Human Statue Bodyart

Human Statue Bodyart Flickr

Eva Rinaldi Photography Flickr

Eva Rinaldi Photography

Saturday, August 25, 2012

Character Entertainers Sydney







  • Pirates (male & female)
  • Little Red Riding Hood
  • Dorothy
  • Alice in Wonderland
  • Princess
  • Frog
  • Airline Hostess
  • Pilot
  • School Girl
  • Gangster (male & female)
  • French Maid
  • Surgeon
  • Nurse
  • Animal Print Dress
  • Pocahontas
  • American Indian (male & female)
  • Cowboy
  • Tribal
  • Sequin corsets
  • Lady Gaga
  • Hawaiian
  • Sequin Bras
  • Top Gun Jacket
  • FBI vest
  • Fire man
  • Charlie’s Angels
  • Car Rally Jumpsuit
  • Flintstones
  • Superman
  • Wonder Woman
  • Batman
  • Spider Man
  • German festival Man
  • Ginger Spice British Flag Dress
  • Napoleon Jacket
  • Military Jacket
  • Thelma Flintstone
  • Marilyn Monroe White Dress
  • Capes
  • Xena Warrior Princess
  • 1960’s
  • ABBA
  • Pimp Jackets
  • Hugh Hefner
  • PVC pants
  • PVC corsets
  • Matrix Jacket
  • Monkey
  • Geisha Girl
  • Cow
    • Roman Goddess
    • Cinderella
    • Snow White
    • Marie Antoinette
    • Belly Dancer
    • Flamenco
    • Ruffle Skirt
    • Fairy Skirt
    • Navy (male & female)
    • Sexy Police Girl
    • Policeman
    • Army
    • Safari
    • Priscilla Queen of the Desert
    • Burlesque
    • 1920’s
    • Sequin dresses (long & short)
    • Showgirl
    • African Tribal
    • Barbie & Ken
    • Mexican Poncho
    • Mermaid
    • Sumo Wrestler
    • Aladdin
    • Witch
    • Queen of Hearts
    • Gangster
    • Gentleman Tails
    • Austin Powers
    • 1970’s
    • Tutu
    • Butterfly Wings

Saturday, August 11, 2012

City 2 Surf news report: Human Statue Bodyart paints Nova96.9 runner Wippa





This morning the annual Sun-Herald City 2 Surf fun run took place.

It started off wet and windy, but about half an hour into the race weather conditions generally improved.

The race was as competitive as ever, but for one major sponsor, Nova 96.9FM, exposure and publicity was of paramount importance - not that finishing strongly wasn't also on the agenda.

Nova personality Wippa and a few of his mates got body-painted up courtesy of human statue agency, Human Statue Bodyart.

Wippa was made up with red and black bodypaint and it was impossible to miss the logos from supporters and sponsors including those from Nova, Dick Smith, The Stampede and New Love.


City 2 Surf News Report...

Liam Adams has become the first back-to-back winner of the City2Surf run since Dickson Marwa in 2006-07, besting his rivals to take out the 14-kilometre race in 00.41.31 minutes.

With his biggest challenger, Michael Shelley, competing in the Olympic marathon in London, it was all there for Adams to capitalise.

After grasping the lead early from the 8am start, Adams didn't seem fazed by the wet weather and strong winds, snatching a 40-second lead at the 5-kilometre mark and having the race convincingly won by the climax of Heartbreak Hill.

With fellow pre-race favourite Mitch Brown on his tail, Adams also left eventual runner-up Harry Summers in a race for second as he entered the back half of the race completely unchallenged.

He is the first Australian since Steve Moneghetti in the early 1990s to win back-to-back.

"I took the risk in going out and taking it too hard," Adams said.

"I actually blew up a bit so I thought I'd made the wrong choice and Harry is an even-matched runner with me. We've got close PBs [personal bests] and I thought he was going to run over me at the end.

"I thought I sightly broke him a little bit more up Heartbreak and a couple of those other hills and I just held on for dear life."

Some commentators thoughts that Sydney's torrential rain and gail-force winds made it arguably the worst racing conditions in City2Surf history.

In 42 years, only twice had it rained during the world's biggest run, but the capacity 85,000 entrants felt mother nature's stormy power.

There was early relief when the race started in relatively dry conditions, but by the time Adams and his chasers entered the second half of the event they were met with fearsome head on winds.

"It was worse than last year – that wind coming into Bondi was tough," Adams said.

"I thought I'd be best at cutting the wind but that wasn't quite the case. It was tough."

It was forecast to be one of the slowest City-2Surf's as a result, someone didn't notify the 25-year-old defending champion – who finished only 20 seconds slower than his 2011 time of 00.41.11 - and women's winner Lara Tamsett, who crossed in 00.46.55.

Of course, in the men's field, a number of regular entrants were unavailable due to Olympic commitments, including 2011 runner-up Shelley who will race in London tonight. And in the women's field, the race was wide open with defending Jess Trengove also in London. Instead, it was 2010 winner Lara Tamsett who was the favourite and snatched victory.

While none of the seeded or preferred runners came close to Steve Moneghetti's 1991 race record of 00.40.03 minutes or Suzie Power's 00.45.08 set in 2001, the race wasn't without its challenges, with competitors hit by a wet and slippery road and strong head winds.

Second for the women's was Clare Geraghty in 00.48.55 minutes and third Abigail Bailey in 00.49.26. Summers and Brown finished in times of 00.42.22 and 00.42.28 minutes, respectively.

Many celebrities took part in the race in the name of charity, including celebrity chef Neil Perry, radio personality Wippa, boxer Lauryn Eagle and Biggest Loser winner Margie Cummins.








Websites

Nova FM

The Sun-Herald City 2 Surf

Human Statue Bodyart

Human Statue Bodyart Flickr

Friday, August 10, 2012

Coney Island Mermaid entertains Zeta Bar - Hilton Hotel







The Hilton marquee Hilton reads: "Zeta`s "CONEY ISLAND" is our exciting new Friday Nights concept. Experience evenings of the unexpected, perfectly paradoxical and the weird and wonderful, with extravagant entertainment and a creative mix of classic cocktails with progressive and fun elements."

The Hilton Hotel franchise and our friends at the Zeta Bar were not kidding.

Last night we learned that it was all mixed with a specially concocted range of classic cocktails with a twist, like Cosmopolitan Candy Floss, Toffee Apple Martinis and Long Island Iced Tea snow cones and much, much more, and tonight more of the same was on offer, with an even more colourful and extreme mermaid to add more excitement.

Earlier this evening the team at Human Statue Bodyart created a Human - Extreme Mermaid which once made up entertained, danced and titillated patrons at Hilton's famous Zeta Bar.

The Coney Island theme was once again a huge hit and mermaid fans will be pleased to hear that yet more mermaids, tipped to be wearing colourful numbers (and sexy tail fins), will be entertaining patrons at the Zeta every Friday night for at least a month - maybe 2 or more.

Very well done to everyone involved in the success of the Coney Island promotion and we're certain the mermaid is just the right bait to keep patrons coming back for more, if the last two nights are anything to judge by.

It's all there for the taking at Hilton's little slice of paradise in Sydney's CBD and its you're big chance to see why the world over just loves mermaids.





Websites

Hilton Hotel Sydney

Zeta Bar

Human Statue Bodyart

Human Statue Bodyart Flickr

Thursday, August 9, 2012

Zeta Bar - Hilton Hotel Sydney gets Coney Island Mermaid




The promo from Hilton reads: "Zeta`s "CONEY ISLAND" is our exciting new Friday Nights concept. Experience evenings of the unexpected, perfectly paradoxical and the weird and wonderful, with extravagant entertainment and a creative mix of classic cocktails with progressive and fun elements."

It was all of that and more.

We learned that it was all mixed with a specially concocted range of classic cocktails with a twist, like Cosmopolitan Candy Floss, Toffee Apple Martinis and Long Island Iced Tea snow cones and much, much more.

Earlier this eventing the team at Human Statue Bodyart created a Human - Extreme Mermaid which once made up entertained, danced and delighted patrons at Hilton's famous Zeta Bar.

Model Anastasia was painted and made up by the team of artists including Eva Rinaldi, Salvatore and Antonella Erba.

The Coney Island theme was a big hit and mermaid fans will be pleased to hear that yet another mermaid, tipped to be wearing a red number, will be entertaining patrons at the Zeta tomorrow (Friday) evening.

Well done to everyone involved in the mega success of the Coney Island promotion and we're sure the mermaid is just the right bait to keep patrons coming back for more.

It's all there for the taking at Hilton's little slice of paradise in Sydney's CBD.





Websites

Hilton Hotel Sydney

Zeta Bar

Human Statue Bodyart

Human Statue Bodyart Flickr