Le Pustra is a celebrated theatremaker and “dazzling art figure with an unique style and point of view. His  theatrical vision evokes a decadent dreamlike world of melancholia and sepia-tinted vignettes; inspiring other  artists and bohemians alike. He is also the art director and mastermind behind Berlin's most exciting and current  Weimar Republic inspired shows: Kabarett der Namenlosen, Le Pustra’s Frecher Salon and the current co-producer  of Dr Sketchy’s Anti-Art School branch in Berlin.  Selected credits include: London Fashion Week, Lifeball (Vienna), Berlin Alternative Fashion Week, The Box, The  Last Tuesday Society, Wilton's Music Hall, Koko, The Gore Hotel, Skibo Castle, Freemason's Hall, The Royal  Academy of Arts, Central Saint Martins, Torture Garden, (London), Museo del Sottosuolo (Naples), Coney Island  (USA), Palais De Tokyo (Paris), Södra Teatern (Stockholm), Ystads Teater (Sweden), Teatro Palladium (Rome),  Wintergarten Varieté / Tipi Am Kanzleramt (Berlin), The Bauer Hotel (Venice), Carnivale Di Venezia (Venice),  Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Perth Fringe Festival (Australia) and many more.  Le Pustra also appeared in publications such as fashion bible Vogue (UK & Italy), Reuters, Vanity Fair (Italy), i-D  Magazine, Hunger Magazine, Harper’s Bazaar, Playboy (France), Kaltblut Magazine (Berlin) and the books: ‘New  Club Kids: London Party Fashion in the Noughties’ by Oggy Yordanov, ‘Boy Story’ by Magnus Arrevad, ‘Night  Flowers: From Avante-Drag to Extreme Haute-Couture ‘ by Damien Frost and 'What Else is in the Teaches of  Peaches' by Peaches. Television appearances include BBC4’s ‘Tunes for Tyrants’ and Rai (Italy). Le Pustra’s image is currently on permanent display at London’s famous V&A Museum.