Bam-Bam is a contemporary painter and multi-disciplinary visual artist of mixed French, Moroccan, and Scottish heritage, raised in England.

At the heart of Bam-Bam’s aesthetic is a desire to revitalise spaces and surfaces with vivid patterns and designs.  Bam-Bam is a visual storyteller whose work draws on image, shape, colour and narrative to create visual expressions.  She loves how painting can transform anything into imaginative visual languages. 

Bam-Bam fuses traditional and contemporary styles, frequently employing bold geometric patterns. She works across a variety of materials and surfaces, using spray paints, prints, and pigments, leaving marks and brush-strokes on bodies, abandoned buildings, paper, textiles, and other canvases.
Bam-Bam has also developed many of her designs into wearable art and décor.

There is a robust theatricality to Bam-Bam’s practice, which involves characters and costumes in the development of each work, this allows her imagination to run wild during the creative process. As a result, many of Bam-Bam’s works express vivid psychedelic imagery that evokes a sense of fantasy, wonder, and euphoria.



The first Bam-Bam NFT art from the WHAM-BAM collection has sold on WithFoundation. Click HERE to watch.

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Emma Isaacs interviews Bam-Bam for her podcast Creativeways. To listen CLICK HERE.


Warped Warhol bags ( Collaboration with artist Gracka ) SOLD OUT IN 1 DAY. All profits donated to the Bali Life Foundation.

Warped Warhol bags

Franco-Venezuelan singer La Chica (@lachicabelleville) performs at the Au Large Music Festival in Marseilles, France, looking fabulous in head to toe Bam-Bam wearable art.


Collaboration print project with Indonesian wood-cut print artist Gracka

GRACKA print collab project NEWS pic

Collaboration with the fabulous costume designer@jackalopeland.

Jackalopeland news pic

Bam-Bam instagram takeover for Bridgeman Editions.  A limited edition print company based in London, New York and Europe. June 2021 @bridgemanstudio @bridgemanartists

Bridgeman editions news pic

Big THANK YOU to everybody who donated and supported Edible London’s One Million Meal Plan! We raised £20,639 in total (more than double the target amount) towards Edible London’s charitable project. This money raised means that Edible London can keep distributing food to those most vulnerable in London, and continue their work regenerating disused urban spaces into community growing spaces and providing sustainability workshops for youth in London. Thank you to everyone who contributed to this amazing program, and congratulations to Sam who won the painting!!!

Edible Londo Crowdfunder

In solidarity with Edible London and the amazing work that are doing in London during the pandemic, I have donated my portrait of the fabulous singer, Joy Crookes. Any donation over £5 to Edible London’s Crowdfunder Project over the next month will not only go to support their vital, sustainable community food service project, but will also enter you into a drawing held on the 16th of April, where one contributor will win my original painting. (More info on the piece here.)

Special thanks Jasmine Desilva for photo above.

Joy Crookes Auction