Beau's creative personal style (featuring many of his own wearable art creations) have been spotlighted in the style/photo sections of the NY Times, Wall Street Journal, Patrick McMullan Company, and more.
Beau and his creations have also served as a muse for numerous artists.
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Beau McCall is photographed wearing a neckpiece he created using assorted fashion labels.
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Beau is photographed wearing a Triple T-shirt and button bracelets he created.
Beau was one of several muses featured in the monumental photograph, The Signing. Elena Martinique for WideWalls.com described it as "An interpretation of Howard Chandler Christy’s historical painting, Scene at The Signing of the Constitution of the United States, it offers a a contemporary look at one of America’s most historic events by portraying modern-day women and men of color in the place of the Founding Fathers."
Image Credit: Renee Cox, The Signing, 2017.
Beau was a muse for photographer, Abigail Ekue's series, Black in Black & White. In the photos he is modeling his Triple T-shirts and button wearable art creations. According to the artist the series, "...features Black creatives and visionaries in dynamic black and white portraits. Those featured are active, thriving artists in their chosen creative fields."
Image Credit: Abigail Ekue, Black in Black and White: Beau McCall, 2020.
Beau served as a muse for Hollis King, photographer and former vice-president and creative director at the Verve Music Group the largest jazz record label in the world.
In the images Beau is wearing his Triple T-shirts creation.
Image Credit: Hollis King, Beau McCall, 2020.
Beau served as a muse (alongside his partner Souleo in the Jessica Dunston series It's Love. The series spotlights Black couples. In the images Beau and Souleo are adorned in button wearable art created by the former.
Image Credit: Jessica Dunston, Souleo & Beau McCall, 2022. From the series, It's Love.
These button shorts created by Beau (and modeled here by Souleo) served as inspiration for this photograph.
Image Credit: Ruben Natal-San Miguel, Buttons UP (Souleo), 2014.
Welcome! Stop by the Museum of Arts and Design to view one of Beau's works on display.