The painted faces under Show of Faces represent the work that he and his group of artists "perform" at parties. Made-up, costumed, and seated at a table with all their theatrical make-ups, feathers, and jewels, these well-trained, articulate and schmooozie artists adorn the guests. Each face or head takes no more than 12 minutes. Most less than five. The artists work the pWe DECORATE people. We adorn them. We enhance their look, their self-image, and strive to make each person feel happier, more delighted, more elegant, more funky, more sexy, more spirited than before they sat down. Peanutbutter started this whole phenomenon in 1979, working clubs like Studio 54, Emerald City, Elan, Second Story, The Catacombs, Scintillations, Ciao, among others. He expanded to Bloomingdales, Henri Bendel, and with that expansion, trained numerous artists over the years to replicate the techniques and the spirit of facial and body adornment. The Peanut Team or 20 + artists has been flown all over the country to parties at Cisco, AOL, People's Soft, Universal Studios, and celebrity parties for Cher, Calvin Klein, Annie Leibovitz, Donna Karan, blah, blah, blah... It's not all fancy-schmantzy shindigs. Peanutbutter has a range of artists from newer to very experienced artists, so the company can accommodate the teeniest birthday party to a major event of 16 artists, like the TrBeCa Film Festival (12 years straight). Call or email to see what your event needs.ersonality of the guest into their design. The make-up is all water-based, non-toxic, and washes off simply with soap and water. They normally begin during the cocktail hour and work non-stop for the duration of the party. The artists not only look like fun. They are fun. They make fun. Even more importantly, the performing artists and their work energize the guests into creating their own fun.