At the heart of Bam-Bam’s aesthetic is a desire to revitalise spaces and surfaces with vivid patterns and designs. Translating this to clothing allows for the human to experience the artwork fully, in essence to live it.
The intention of the clothing is to feel awesome in what you wear, allowing for experiences and connections that will benefit yourself and others.
With unisex designs, these garments look great on men and women.
We are the happiest when we receive stories of incredible events, connections and joyful times that were felt and shared whilst wearing Bam-Bam clothing.
All products are made with an artisan team, drawing great importance on the quality of the clothing. The fabrics that we use are made from sustainable bamboo, cotton and linen, steps to creating more sustainable fashionable futures. All employees involved with the production of the clothing are respected, appreciated and paid fairly.
Bam-Bam’s original textile designs draw on image, shape, colour to create visual expressions and narratives. Bam-Bam fuses traditional and contemporary styles, frequently employing bold abstract cubism patterns. There is a robust theatricality to Bam-Bam’s brand, which involves characters and costumes in the developments of works and photoshoots. This allows the viewer’s imagination to run wild and as a result, many of Bam-Bam’s works are surrealist images that evoke a sense of fantasy and curiosity.
Warped Warhol Bags, a collaboration print project with Indonesian wood-cut print artist Gracka for Bali Life Foundation fundraiser. Sold out in one day. All proceeds donated to The Bali Life Foundation.
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!!!