Kisawa and sister ocean observatory, the Bazaruto Center for Scientific Studies (BCSS) partnered with award winning photographer, Helen Walne to capture the rich biodiversity of their surrounding Inhambane seascape. The resulting images of the largely undocumented region capture the shapes, colours and wonderful peculiarities of sea life ‘up close and personal’ – while launching the property’s Big Five Ocean adventure initiative.
The Art of Flying explores the fascinating evolution of air travel, curating a vibrant cultural history from the mid-twentieth century to the present.
From technological developments to the flair of custom crew uniforms by renowned designers including Dior, Emilio Pucci, and Moncler, as well as its interplay with architecture and art. In partnership with VistaJet and lavishly illustrated with over seven decades of imagery, The Art of Flying celebrates the golden past and the dream of luxury air travel today.
Kisawa partnered with British artist, Frances Costelloe to create 30 of her beautiful hand painted line drawings, each dedicated to a member of the Kisawa team. Photo portraits of the Benguerra Island team members were sent to Frances’ London studio, and the resulting artwork is proudly displayed throughout the property and Residences.
VistaJet partnered with Moncler to design the outerwear for flight attendants and pilots. The VistaJet cabin crew travel on any given day from minus 50°C to plus 50°C temperature; which is why Moncler’s beautifully designed garments and technical excellence was the perfect fit.
Jean Philippe Delhomme
In 2014 VistaJet celebrated its 10th anniversary with the launch of ‘VistaJet – The Illustrated Story’ book.
Illustrated by renowned artist Jean-Philippe Delhomme, with text by copywriter Simona Rabinovitch – the story touches on the milestones and growth of VistaJet since inception. The illustrative style and gouache method immediately transports readers into a world that feels positive, charming and romantic.