The story behind The pink hound Atelier
“Those who are crazy enough to think they can change the world usually do.” At the Pink Hound that is exactly what we strive to achieve!
The dream began in 1958,1962 and 1983… and materialized into The Pink Hound Atelier by an arty farty crazy family with humungous DREAMS, HEARTS AND SOULS on the 15th December 2017 with inspiration from the words of the legendary Freddie Mercury … “I am going to go out and do what I was born to do”
The concept behind The Pink Hound Atelier is the Human Brain and is represented throughout the Atelier with Left Hand side of the Atelier demonstrating the function of the Brains Left-Hand side and the Right-Hand side of the Atelier demonstrating the function of the Brains Right side.
At The Pink Hound Atelier, we believe that we’re all born differently and that our horizons are far-reaching than the norm.
We see life, people, instances and the world through a vastly different perspective than the norm and it’s against our grain to ever conform.
The Pink Hound Atelier is more than just a dream, it’s a DREAM whereby we get to inspire people every day of our lives, do what we love too such an magnitude that its overwhelming sometimes to think how far we have come and where we are heading.
Our art pieces are not just ‘art’ but they’re a piece of us, uniquely thought through and with deeper meaning that meets the eye.
With “inspiration deeply rooted beyond man’s perception” we aim to touch lives, to make you think and feel the moment.
Art speaks to you without saying a word, you either love it or hate it, you either get it or you don’t.
We anthropomorphize beauty in things that people might overlook sometimes.
We CELEBRATE THE MOVEMENT of COLOURS, LOVE, LIFE, DIVERSITY, FAMILY, and BLESSINGS.
Were BIG on RECYCLING, ANTI-POACHING, CREATING AWARENESS of MENTAL HEALTH and firmly believe that art can help as therapy because it speaks to you without saying word.
‘If we CAN INSPIRE PEOPLE, we CAN CHANGE THE WORLD’
''We live to inspire''
Mossel Bay, Western Cape, South Africa