meet Bob Basset's wearable art and leather pieces now
Bob Basset is all about steampunk style in the form of wearable art.
The Ukrainian studio from Kharkov creates surreal handcrafted leather pieces, like the Batman mask used in the shot for the Utopia Feb 2020 Issue of L'Uomo Vogue.
Titled Batman Mask as it Could be in 1920, this natural leather headpiece gives the superhero an apocalyptic vibe and is just one of Bob's creations that push the limits of reality.
In 1989, brothers Serhii and Oleg Petrov created the workshop named after their basset hound — Bob — and that's when they began their journey in the field of incredible leather art. Their pieces have been in a Givenchy show, an Avril Lavigne’s music video, the Metallica's movie, and featured in tons of art galleries.
Leathercraft is what makes the studio co-founder Serhii Petrov believe that their work fits in the new genre of techno-romanticism they invented themselves.
Just a casual fit 🦇.