(all photos by Don Goede)

This Sunday, Newspeak will reprise its zombie bike contingent for the 19th Annual PrideFest Parade. While makeup artist Mark Modeer, owner of Zeezo’s downtown, won’t be doing the makeup for this year’s group, we thought we’d haul out the amazing old photos from two years ago and ask Mark for a few pointers.

 

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