New York City artist Fumero combines American pop culture of urban art with graffiti-style and caricature-like, figurative drawings that has created the completely original, groundbreaking style: Fumerism.
Commissioned for projects around the world, he most recently created a rendition of his “Family Table” graphic on the gate of chef Matt Lampert’s New Zealand-inspired Soho restaurant, The Musket Room.
Raised in a small town in Puerto Rico, chef Jose Mendin committed at an early age to pursuing a career in food and hospitality.
His journey took him around the world to work with some of the most recognized chefs in the world, landing him in Miami Beach with a bustling career as a restauranteur and partner of Asian-inspired gastropub Pubbelly, Pubbelly Sushi, Spanish-influenced Barceloneta and Italian restaurant Macchialina.
Brothers Evan and Oliver Haslegrave are the design team behind half a dozen New York City restaurants and shops, bringing their character-driven architectural style to each project.
Waiting tables, tending bars, serving as a general handymen; the bearded duo took an unconventional path before founding their company hOmE to design public spaces inspired by surrounding urban environments.