I created this art deco portraits for the Dishoom Kensington project called The Bombay Roxy.

TimeOut magazine describes it best as: "This spicy night of dinner theatre mixes curry from Dishoom's newest branch with an immersive performance that's inspired by '40s Bombay. Ollie Jones and Clem Garritty (from comedy horror mongers Kill The Beast) are creating a site-specific story set in the city's glamorous jazz age, complete with live music and dancing."
I was inspired by the portraits of artist Tamara de Lempicka when I was creating this two pieces that also work together as an ensamble bigger piece.
Check out the place and book your tickets at: http://nightatthebombayroxy.com/
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