Ben Sherman have teamed up with Dave Sharp to give 4 of our followers an original one off ‘speed painting’ of their all-time favorite Mod Icon.
We caught up with Dave to talk about music, art and Joe Wicks – The Body Coach.
Oasis were king when I was growing up, so the bright shirts and jackets worn by the band were always a big part of it for me.
Surrounding myself over the last few years with much more experienced performers has definitely inspired me a lot in the way I perform to live audiences both on stage and off, and how presentation plays such a huge part in growing as a professional Artist and Entertainer.
The quality of the products, the tailored shape, the icons that are associated with it, Ben Sherman has always had a distinctive look.
I bought a very simple black Polo Shirt for daily use, but to be honest it fit so well that I used to wear it out to town at night. I would still wear it now, if I knew where it was!
I recently performed at my friends wedding, and they asked what I would like as a present for performing. I was keen for a classy bow tie, and I now own a seriously smooth Ben Sherman tweed bow tie. I love it.
Michael Jackson, Queen, Paul Simon, The Beatles, Prince, Biggie Smalls, Nas, Bonobo, Noel Gallagher, The Music – just nothing too modern.
Recently watched Noel Gallagher in Liverpool and didn’t stop singing for the full two hours. I eventually managed to get my much heavier older brother on to my shoulders for the 'Live Forever' solo.
I recently speed painted Joe Wicks, The Bodycoach, over the course of a 15 minute HIIT session with him, and it was broadcast live over Facebook. My legs almost caved in completely half way through, but it was also a lot of fun and I was happy with the finished piece.
The Deon Long Wing Brogues, EC1 Chinos and the Block Font Pique Polos.
Would have to be the Mods as depicted in the iconic film, Quadrophenia, as they respect the quality of the clothes, dress sharp and look good.
Painting on stage with Daft Punk would be 'IT'