Belvedere Vodka, the unique super quality vodka that stands for character and taste, recently announced its worldwide joint venture with award-winning musician, visual artist, and activist Laolu Senbanjo.
With a unique artistic vision to reveal the elegance within each of this subjects, the new short-term edition bottle visually brings to the life of LAOLU’s interpretation of the nuance, complexity, and character of the Belvedere vodka.
The NYC Brooklyn based Nigerian born visual artist, Laulu’s main artistic way is the skin: he’s well known for his unique body painting features in Beyonce’s Grammy Awards winning the visual set, LEMONADE
He has graced the cover of the Washington post and has featured in NY Times, Vogue, BBC, The Guardian, CNN, and NBC. More to Beyonce’s, Laolu counts artists including Swiss Beats, Alicia Keys, Tony Allen, Alek Wek, Seun Kuti, and Danielle Brooks among his partnerships.
He applied his magic, all is my canvas, to mural designs, live art events and installations, fashion partnerships, and to the latest short-term edition Belvedere Vodka bottle.
The primary Belvedere bottle with super-quality full-wrap sleeve tech functions a flowing style with sharp edges that represent the rye working and water jointly to produce taste and dimension. Delicate skin-sense texture, which reacts to UV lights, is applied to bring one more sensory component to the vodka bottle. The distinct shapes and charcoal coloring create complex, story-deep designs, which draw greatly from his Yoruba heritage.
When he paints a subject, every design is sole to what he believes depicts their inner elegance. This wonderful message is flawlessly in line with our mission to make known the unexpected beauty in life,” stated Rodney Williams, president of Belvedere Vodka.
” Laolu’s philosophies align with our commitment to community and developing positive act in the globe; in this case, the program chains the association and the worldwide Fund to fight HIV – AIDS in Africa, a reason we have been supporting for eight years.”