Want a bat cave? BMF's Warren Brown can help you

By AdNews | 7 December 2012
Warren Brown's man cave will act as the 'showroom' for his new company.

BMF creative founder Warren Brown has teamed up with Australian director and musician Kimball Rendall to launch Man In Space, a creative business which aims to help people construct their ultimate man cave.

“We just want to have fun with it,” Brown said. “It's a nice creative thing to complement my advertising. It's for people who want to design their own bespoke man cave, and who would like some creative input to make their dream space.”

Brown is renowned for his own man cave, a massive space in Sydney's northern beaches filled with artwork, graffiti, pinball machine, giant television, and let's not forget the collection of vintage cars.

He told AdNews his own man cave will act as a “showroom” for his new creative business.

He said he and Rendall will act as the creative minds, and will outsource services in terms of executing.

“Rendall has work on film sets, so we can get set designers, and whoever else. You want a bat cave? We can give you a bat cave.

“I think a lot of people don't realise the skills that are out there. They don't realise they can create something fantastic.”

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