The famous rum brand continues its path in urban collaborations. After the two rappers Vald and Sopico, Havana Club decided to work with the graffiti artist Bebar. And the result is just like the works of the street artist: colorful. He was able to pay tribute to Cuba by integrating his symbols into his abstract and joyful style.
The last limited edition bottle signed Bebar is the result of a collaboration that began in January 2019 during an artist's trip to Havana where he discovered the city and its emblematic artists. Since then, he has embarked on the creation of this bottle with his street-art production house Quai 36. His designs that adorn it trace the history of the brand and its country of origin via its emblems: the daïquiri, the Giraldilla, the Cuban national flower and the flag of the island.
Who is Bebar?
At HIYA we no longer present him: born in 1993, the Franco-Spanish artist BEBAR is distinguished by his versatility and his dual practice, between mastery of graffiti and academic mastery, between figuration and abstraction. It was at the National School of Decorative Arts in Paris and then at the Parsons School in New York that he learned the academic techniques that would blend with his taste for street art, including the most transgressive. BEBAR expresses itself in different forms such as illustration, sculpture or even tattooing. He exhibits his work in an art gallery and in the streets of the cities that inspire him: Paris, New York, Rio, Havana…
Until we can get you this pretty collection bottle, we invite you to discover its work and his works available on our gallery!