Head to Frieze this weekend to check out the tranquil Arto LIFEWTR lounge and their emerging artists.
Every single year without fail, a flurry of magnificent all-black-toting beings descend in masses upon Regent’s Park. And it can only mean one thing: Frieze London art fair.
Wind your way through the crush, and past the giant rotating wooden structures, trippy mirrored sculptures and NSFW glass formations, and tucked away a tranquil corner, you’ll find the Arto LIFEWTR lounge.
Since its inception, the premium bottled water brand has been dedicated to championing emerging artists, with a focus on platforming exciting new talent and sources of creativity. Earlier this year we profiled East London illustrator Lynnie Z who crafted a unique design as part of the brand’s unconventional bottle series.
(LEFT) John Booth
(RIGHT) Joy Miessi
And for Frieze this year, Arto LIFEWTR is giving visitors a sneak-peek into its next activation, with vibrant art from London-based illustrator, ceramicist and textile designer John Booth, digital artist and motion designer Rose Pilkington and multi-disciplinary non-binary artist Joy Miessi, who have transplanted their unique art onto everyday objects such as clothing, ceramics and furniture.
The trio have also taken their talents to three water bottle designs, as part of the continuing unconventional bottle design series, which will be out next year.