Wilson tennis and renowned artist Romero Britto announced today the release of the artist designed W | Britto Collection. The exclusive collection features Romero Britto’s signature style – inspired by cubism, pop art and a warm, vibrant color palette, and is designed to inspire joy, love and acceptance around the game of tennis. The first product collection to debut includes select hardgoods and is part of a multi-year partnership with additional products, including apparel and accessories, expected to drop Spring 2021.
About the W | Britto Hardgoods Collection:
- Britto Clash Rackets: A manifestation of Wilson’s most noteworthy racket innovation, the Britto Clash rackets showcase designs unlike any other: bold, vibrant colors in a style inspired by pop art and graffiti. Available in Clash 100 ($299), Clash 100L ($279), and Clash 26 ($159) pre-strung models and include a Britto-designed headcover.
- Britto Ultra 100 v3: Designed in the unique, vibrant style of Romero Britto, the Britto Ultra 100 v3 upgrades power and stability for players with more of a classic, horizontal swing. Racket comes strung and includes an exclusive Britto-designed head cover. ($269)
Who is Romero Britto?
Romero Britto is a Brazilian artist whose distinct graphic style blends Pop Art with Cubist-like abstraction. His colorful illustrations and figurines of Disney characters, animals, and figures utilize patches of geometric patterns and texture rendered in a fractured perspective. “As an artist, I feel lucky to have been given the gift of creativity so that I may share my vision of a better world,” he stated. “I will never forget what it was like to be poor and that is why it is so important to me that my work be accessible to all people.” Born on October 6, 1963 in Recife, Brazil, Britto is self-taught and credits a trip to Paris in 1983 to his interest in Modern masters like Pablo Picasso and Henri Matisse. He has found commercial success through work with brand campaigns, including a commission for Absolut Vodka in 1989 that helped to launch his career. Britto’s public installations can be found throughout the United States, Switzerland, and Brazil. He currently lives and works in Miami, FL where he owns the Britto Central Gallery.