Stirred by the endangered theatrical charisma of Brixton – a fluttering neighbourhood set in the ornamental London Borough of Lambeth - and overwhelmed with it’s plastic pollution rates, co-founder and leather enthusiast - Minh Le Pham blends the two ideals to imagine a sustainable and opulent Post Modern establishment. Essentially, a plastic recycling unit coupled with an educational immersive theatre, Le Pham aspires the structure to be a pivotal moment in restoring Brixton’s communal culture – one whose exploration sets the premise for Le Pham & Co’s exclusive collection of art prints for 2019.
Multimedia artist and peace activist, Yoko Ono’s approach to raising social awareness and auteur, Wes Anderson’s signature symmetrical frames are focal guides to the aesthetics and perspective of this assemblage. In it’s own peculiar way, the collection serves as a catalyst to the birth of an imaginary collaboration between the two visionaries.
Pursuant to the homage, part of the prints is translated in exclusive merchandise such as t-shirts, phone cases, tote bags and customisable prints. To explore these design developments further, simply tap on the artworks below.