Client: Bauhaus Restaurant • Year: 2015 • Country: Vancouver (Canada)
Bauhaus Restaurant Washrooms
Street art, graffiti, Pac-man and the fundamentals of Bauhaus design create a graphic cornucopia in the bathrooms of Bauhaus Restaurant.
We were excited by the challenge to create a graffiti-based work in Bauhaus Restaurant. Working together with Fazakas Gallery owner LaTiesha Fazakas and Natalie Boll from Bauhaus, we came up with an outstanding commission the likes of which Vancouver has never seen before.
“I knew the restaurant wanted to capture the feeling of Urban Berlin in Vancouver in a way that reflected back to the roots of Bauhaus, German design, so the artists and I did a lot of research and put a lot of thought into the intention behind the work to be done. Then the artists let their creativity fly!” said gallery owner, LaTiesha Fazakas.
Both the creativity and paint flew, and the result is an experience no one who enters these bathrooms will forget. Street-art, Pac-man and the fundamental Bauhaus circle, square and triangle meet to create a graphic cornucopia with such an unadulterated contrast to high-end dining experience that one cannot help being intrigued.