Serhii Petrov, designer and cofounder of Bob Basset studio, gave a speech at TEDxKharkiv 2016. It focused on the side effects that invariably accompany any great idea. Serhii Petrov told the studio’s history, from its inception in 1989 to working with world-famous brands and musicians to exhibitions and collections. He also talked about the peculiar genre favored by the studio and their mission to promote it.
A Bob Basset mask will be worn by a character in the upcoming movie The Dwarves of Demrel. The movie belongs to a rare genre known as Steampunk Fantasy
The Kharkiv-based ICM company calls it a landmark project; the motorcycle will be based on a 1953 Izh-49 with a pre-1955 engine under 350 cc.
Vogue online staff writer Liana Satenstein has named Bob Basset among the nine Ukrainian designers to invest in now—not least because the Ukrainian economy could use a boost.
On October 14, 2015, at Ukrainian Fashion Week Bob Basset presented ΣΑΛΩΜΗΣ, a new collection of mask bags named after the legendary Biblical Salome, who asked for and received John the Baptist’s head.