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Creative Partnerships are a special thing.
It’s a marriage. A commitment to the art and each other. To be there in creative sickness and health. It’s a balancing act, for us creatives are a sensitive bunch…🌱
It’s a constant ebb and flow of understanding the other’s needs, allowing for creative growth, allowing for space, being challenged, knowing when to push, knowing when to back off, listening, saying yes AND, being ok with having shit ideas to get to the gold.
Lessons are learnt every day as we navigate this path of making something from nothing.
This creative force is strong.
We are The Feelers.
Our Top 10 Creative Duos
Gwen Verdon + Bob Fosse
The ying to his yang, Verdon was Fosse’s longtime collaborator and muse, allowing him to be the era’s most influential choreographer.
Rogers + Hammerstein
The composer and the lyricist – this legendary duo brought us Carousel, Oklahoma!, The Sound of Music. Our inner child can live happily ever after.
“We don’t have egos, we have super powers.” Bringing us digital disco with obsessive detail, these creative visionaries do it their way.
DOLCE + GABBANA
Mediterranean glamour recognised the world over, D&G serve up a sensory fashion feast.
Fred ASTAIRE + GINGER ROGERS
Dance historian John Mueller cited movie musical Swing Time to contain “…the greatest dancing in the history of the universe.” Say no more.
SIMON + GARFUNKEL
A fractious friendship that lead to some epic music making- The Boxer, Mrs Robinson, Homeward Bound…
Frida Kahlo + Diego Rivera
Brutal fights, extramarital affairs, even a divorce, 25 blissful years painting one another
Lee Miller + Man Ray
For three intense years they worked side by side, first as artist and apprentice, then as lovers and artistic equals, finally as bitter adversaries.
The Cohen Brothers
Spanning genres and decades, these film making brothers write, direct and producer all their films conjointly. Trailblazing Hollywood royalty.
Robert Mapplethorpe + Patti Smith
Living in glamorous poverty in the Chelsea Hotel, they were friends, lovers, artistic collaborators and soul mates.