SUCCESSFULLY LAUNCHES IN HOLLYWOOD
— Celebrities in TV and Fashion spotted on the red carpet at LET THEM EAT ART launch party —
Celebrity guests and art lovers sampled a taste of the impressive international art designers LET THEM EAT ART (www.letthemeatart.com) at the star studded launch party last Saturday night at the prestigious Sunset Towers Hotel in Hollywood, in association with The Argyle Salon and Joseph Chase, sponsored by Tequila Avion and Dolce Touch Vodka.
The new and exciting museum quality art, unveiled select pieces of the new collection, and treated guests to an evening of unique art, luxury catering with servers in the style of Maria Antoinette and music by celebrity DJ’s. Celebrity guests spotted amongst the high profile guests were George Blodwell (fashion stylist), David Denman (The Office, Mixed Signals), Mercedes Masohn (Quarantine 2, Alan Ball Show), Aaron Harvey (Director of Catch 44), Adhir Kalyan (Timmy, Rules of Engagement), Stana Katic (Castle), Sarah Lancaster (Chuck), Kaptain Leather to name a few.
The visionary team are partners Nils Timm, Marcus Gottwald, Benjamin Indra and Groesbeck Parham who formed LET THEM EAT ART’ in 2010, offering affordable and accessible art at gallery quality. Creative Director and Founder Nils Timm creates a unique style which is a blend of photography, graphic design and illustration. The night was such a sensational hit that Ame Austin, Muse, Stylist and Designer of fashion house MAX STUDIOS bought a piece of artwork, Ame enthused – “Nils Timms’artwork is dynamic. His use of highlights and shadows combined with the use of contrast to make the subject stand out is inspiring. The tonalities smooth and yet create the gradations of texture to capture the interest of the viewer.”
After winning awards at the 2010 Beverly Hills Art Affair, Jeff Lewis, Star-Designer of Bravo’s TV Show ‘Flipping out’ decided to hang LET THEM EAT ART artwork in his show-house, feature the company on his website as his ‘favourite product’ and promote LET THEM EAT ART nationwide on the 4th and most recent season of ‘Flipping Out’ (www.jefflewisdesign.com/favorites.html) Since the company’s outstanding success from the show, LET THEM EAT ART has been selling nationwide to people of all different ages and backgrounds to both private and business clients.
The concept of this dynamic team is building the brand like a fashion label, with sub-labels that have different styles with themed collections that are presented at shows that make not the artist but the art the star. The new collection, a panoramic/HD series will feature land and cityscapes with an edge in Venice late November where LET THEM EAT ART will include the launch of further new labels – Black Label and a Kids Label. (www.letthemeatart.com)