We were over-joyed to receive a call this morning from the Palace informing us of the birth of H. R. H. (your suggested name here). To celebrate this unique and historical event, Mambo is offering friends an opportunity to come up with a name for our future King of Australia. When enough names have been collected we will forward them to the Palace to be thrown into the pool of names currently being considered. Early studio favourites are: Prince Jaxxon I, Prince Formerly Known As Prince, Carlos, and Prince Black Caviar II. Please note, names should be ‘clever’. Nothing vulgar. He is after all, just a baby.
The christ like figure you see here is none other than Sir Reg Mombassa, irreverent dictator and all round artistic idol. We dug up this old campaign shot to celebrate the launch of the Dog Trumpetwebsite, which is Reg’s band if you didn’t know. Click the link and check out just one facet of a true legends body of work, www.dogtrumpet.net
It takes undeniable passion to paint our company’s flatulent mascot onto the lid of a brand spanking new Alfa 147 but that’s precisely what our new best friend from South Wales (GB), Cameron Cole has done. Nice one, Cam. Your name is being stensilled on to our honour board at this very moment. And we’ll be interested to see how much this extra paint ADDS to your re-sale value. Keep in touch.
A couple of weeks ago, Mambo’s in-house art prodigies, Brent Smith and Lee McConnell held their show “Goon Island” at The Tate. It was a beer soaked night of bong jokes, art and laughs. Chuck Edgeworth shot and cut an epic video clip of the boys painting the main mural, with music courtesy of Mambo’s newest ambassadors, the Scallywaggs.
Our lawyer is still buried under the ocean of paper work that it took to allow us to “frontside grab” over two of the world’s most in demand super models, Barbara Palvin and Ashley Hart. We never did hear back from him, so check this out. Please note the pants are not Mambo.