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Introducing the newest edition of Rhubarb & Hibiscus gin bottle art! A new piece by Brazilian artist Thiago Thipan will be on the next batch of our flagship pink gin to hit the market.Just like with our beer labels, our mission with our gin bottles is to work with and promote artists. Our bottle art changes with every seasonal product, and with every small batch of our flagships.
Our original bottles of Rhubarb & Hibiscus featured art by Kate O’Hara from Reno, NV, USA.
Thiago Thipan is a Brazilian artist, born in 1985 in the city of Niterói, Rio de Janeiro. He has a base atelier studio in Florianópolis near the sea, in Campeche, where he researches, studies and produces new artworks.
He works with mural paintings, digital illustrations, canvas paintings and live performances. Spray paint, brushes and acrylic paint are used for much of his artistic production.
Thipan’s world of symbolism is inspired by local culture, the simple beauty of nature, animals and by the mysteries found within the original cultures of Brazil and the world. Using information he finds in the research of forms and textures, he creates original drawings and paintings. He also studies and learns from the works of the ancient masters of paint art.
He has painted public art murals in São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Niterói, Curitiba, Florianópolis, Bahia, Argentina, Tokyo, Honfleur and Paris. He travels Brazil and the world to create exhibitions, participate in special projects, artistic residencies, mural festivals and art workshops.
In art, he found a way of communicating with the world around him. He also hopes to be of service by transforming spaces, giving them more life through colors, with the help of natural forms, and guardian messenger figures who speak of hope, love and faith.