Free. Gratuit. It sounds like heaven in the ears of each person. Nobody wants to say no to it, even if they don’t like it. With this mentality Leroy Brothers, known as contemporary artists and innovative entrepreneurs, came up with a new restaurant concept.
A champagne lunch with different kinds of people who bring you the knowledge of life from all over the world, looking at a view that makes you breathless and meanwhile a warm glow on your face that creates a big smile. And last but not least, you can leave your wallet at home! Need we say more? Packed and ready to go, to, yes, a piece of heaven? To become a lucky one you only have to follow 3 steps. First, go to doyoucotedazur and connect you to facebook. Next, invite three of your friends on facebook and last, select a date! Let’s hope that you get a lot of invitations because the three brothers, from Ghent, choose only the most popular ones!
Also useful to know; the free lunch takes place in Toile Blanche, the hotel/restaurant owned by the Leroy brothers and situated in Saint-Paul de Vence, France. The table is set each afternoon in the weekend, during August.
If you don’t want to look like a moron during the lunch, it might be interesting to know something about the activities and work of these three creatives. Leroy Brothers, an artistic brand, is the result of a hard working team in which each brother has his own role in the chain. They started in Belgium and are since 2008 more and more present in the artistic world of Shanghai. Their work ranges from photography, paintings and sculptures who all spread the same young and rock-n’-roll lifestyle. Following rules is strictly taboo! Think and act, don’t do what you probably must do! Their big artistic break-trough? A little, easily written book who explains you from A to Z how to become a contemporary artist. If you want to see a preview of your creativity, just click here and follow the indicated steps. Who knows, maybe your uploaded work will be selected and being mashed-up to become a real Leroy Brothers piece!
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