Artist Andy Golub, whose Bodypainting Day last summer featured 100 fully nude and fully painted models marching to the UN, is always eager to support fellow activists. So when he heard that the Outdoor Co-ed Topless Pulp Fiction Appreciation Society had resumed its Monday afternoon book club meetings in Washington Square Park, Golub offered to paint any member who'd join him under the arch yesterday afternoon.

Only one member of the Society took Golub up on his offer, but two repeat body-paintees were on hand as well, and over the course of a couple of hours, the trio were transformed from standard-issue naked people into wild and colorful works of art.

This being Washington Square Park, the sight of naked folks, painted or not, didn't cause much of a stir from passersby. People chuckled, took a quick photo, maybe asked a question or two, and moved on. There were some mutterings of "pathetic" and "don't they have anything better to do," but for the most part the event made tourists and locals alike petty happy. The NYPD, who arrested Golub in 2011 for nude bodypainting, and then admitted two years later that what the artist was doing was perfectly legal, were nowhere in evidence yesterday.

The only semi-odd happenstance was the Vote For Hillary table set up right next to Golub's bodypainting, and more than a few people who walked by assumed the two were somehow connected. In fact, Nicolette, the naked woman in the wheelchair, and her (also naked) husband were hoping to get done in time to make it over to Long Island City for the final pre-primary Bernie Sanders rally.