Bushmills Whiskey Gets the Visual Waste Treatment
August 9, 2017 Laura Caldwell 0 Comments
Bushmills® Irish Whiskey has collaborated with two local artists as the #AnswerTheCall series continues to celebrate and inspire talented individuals across the country. Urban street artist, Visual Waste, and tattoo artist, Connor Curran, will showcase their creative skills in brand new ways this month with whiskey and art enthusiasts having the opportunity to share in the projects.
In a second collaboration in keeping with the series’ creative arts theme for August, Bushmills has partnered with tattoo artist, Connor Curran, from Crooked Mile Tattoo.
As one of the country’s brightest and most dynamic talents in the tattoo world, Connor’s unique illustrative style and incomparable techniques have left an impressive mark on the industry. Inspired by tattoos of the 40s, 50s and 60s, Connor employs his own modern slant bringing this style into the 21st century. Connor has collaborated with Bushmills to create a limited edition ‘Bushmills X Crooked Mile Tattoo’ t-shirt for bar staff across the country. Conceptualised by Connor, the t-shirt design represents the bold and defiant spirit synonymous with Bushmills whilst celebrating the innovative and creative design talent that exists in Northern Ireland. Fifty limited edition bar t-shirts are available to win at answerthecall.co.uk via the competition section.
For more information on this month’s #AnswerTheCall collaborations, visit www.answerthecall.co.uk. To join in the conversation, follow Bushmills on social media @BushmillsUK.