Restaurant Wall Art For Sammy Sosa
Restaurant wall art for interiors requires a good understanding of the project.
Sugar Skulls have been popular in Mexico since the medieval ages. Made of edible products they were used as offerings to the dead. It is seen most during the Día de Muertos or Day of the Dead celebrations every year where people do makeup on this theme.
Mumbai being a cross cultural destination needed its dose of Mexican food and that’s what Sammy Sosa set out to fulfill.
The project was completed in collaboration with BNM Interiors who were responsible for the entire conceptualization and design of the restaurant wall art as well as the lighting and placement of other branding elements.
The team at Sammy Sosa was so impressed by our Sugar Skulls idea that they decided to have these murals at both their Osiwara and Malad branch.
Zake and Afzan are both masters of portraits and at Wicked Broz such themes of death and the dark side always bring out the best in our artists.
These portraits with a gaze staring straight into the face of the viewer give a very direct contact with the culture around the Day of the dead.
The roses and the floral theme around the portraits depict a certain beauty even in the deathly nature of the artwork. The realistic masked ladies making you almost wish that you could see their real faces.
Zake painted the Osiwara outlet while Afzan worked his craft in Malad. Each portrait taking about 4-5 days to complete.
But the artists didn’t mind. They were treated to amazing Mexican food of course while they were at it.
We wish Sammy Sosa the best of luck for the years ahead and hope the art makes the customers keep coming back for more. To the wicked vibes and many more branches of Sammy Sosa in the future!
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