The combination of gin and art seems somewhat far-fetched, but not for Bombay Sapphire . They love to challenge, to stir creativity , create noise and above all art. You can also see that at the distillery in Laverstoke Mill in Hampshire. It looks more like a glass architectural work than a part of a factory. The idea of putting twelve artists and artists in one empty and blank space and giving them the assignment to transform an empty canvas into a living work of art, is not so far-fetched and certainly special. And everything could be used: ceiling, floor, walls and furniture. Last July this artwork was created in the London district of Shoreditch. The name of the complete project as well as the space was a logical one: Canvas . With this expression Bombay Sapphire wanted to present a fully interactive experience and a celebration of international cocktail creativity. That has succeeded.
FIRE EXTINGUISHER ART
How his works ultimately come to see is never certain. The air, the space, the surface, the pressure of the extinguisher: Rutger never has the final result under control. "No work is the same. That is crazy and sometimes frustrating, but I learn a lot from this way of working ', he explains. 'The perfect work does not exist, but that is not what I strive for. Every work is unique. '