LeBasse Projects supported Nestlé Waters in curating a campaign for Perrier's new Flavored Waters. Working with artist AKACORLEONE from Portugal, LBP helped create a monumental mural on a historic mansion in LA's West Adams neighborhood. The entire mural process was filmed as part of a commercial campaign for Perrier and all of the elements were also reproduced digitally by the artist for use on a national billboard and advertising campaign.
LBP supported our clients by providing a world class artist for the campaign, project managing the implementation of the art installation, delivering digital elements, supporting a social media campaign and ensuring that all of this was delivered within a week-long filming schedule.
More details can be found at: https://www.perrier.com/us/flavors
LeBasse Projects curated a painting installation done by artist Jim Houser, to bring his work into the AMEX Centurion Lounge, in his hometown of Philadelphia. Houser chose to show his unique aesthetic which often mixes stylized figures, geometric shapes, and creating quilt-like collages in a cohesive color palette.
Downtown Los Angeles, CA
Refinery 29's, 29 rooms, an interactive funhouse of style, culture, and technology, is brought to life by various global artists and visionaries working across mediums. HOT TEA (Eric Rieger) and LBP worked to design a large scale interactive installation within the 25k square foot space. Partnering with Perrier, Rieger and LBP helped create a signature piece of work that engaged multiple visitors at once and was the highlight of the 29 Rooms’ entrance.
East Hampton, NY
Miami Beach, Florida
Art Basel Miami Beach 2013
Societe Perrier x Meryl Pataky
LeBasse Projects managed the curatorial art direction for Societe Perrier's annual artist collaboration at Art Basel Miami Beach. LBP selected San Francisco-based artist Meryl Pataky to debut a unique installation in a collaboration with Perrier. Composed of brightly colored miniature neon palm trees, the sculptures are part of a 20-piece installation titled, ‘Played Out.’ The new body of work creatively examines the ubiquitous presence of both palm trees and neon light throughout Miami.
For more information about Meryl Pataky’s work, check out this article via Societe Perrier.