Our new Leather Snap Case for iPhone 5 combines our signature hardshell plastic Snap Case with a genuine leather exterior for refined protection with a premium look and feel. Semi-transparent aniline dyes add subtle colors and preserve the leather’s distinctive qualities. Over time, the Leather Snap Case will develop a rich patina for a unique, distressed look.
The Leather Snap Case is available now for $49.95 in black and brown in our webstore.
Odd Future aka OFWGKTA (short for Odd Future Wolfgang Kill Them All) hosted their first ever OFWGKTA Carnival in association with Incase as part of the final stop of the Camp Flog Gnaw tour in Los Angeles. To celebrate the event, we partnered with Odd Future and harnessed their creative impulses into a series of three exclusive Snap Cases for iPhone 4S. These limited edition cases reflect OFWGKTA’s signature sense of humor, featuring everyone’s favorite subject matter: CATS!
Originally created just for the carnival, the Odd Future Snap Cases are available now in limited quantities in our webstore.
Be sure to check out the madness that was the OFWGKTA Carnival in our video recap of the event. (Shout out to Weezy for making a cameo!)
Our Terra Collection weaves natural materials into a range of uncomplicated, casual bags designed for easy packing and lightweight travel. This fall, we’ve updated the collection in two timeless neutrals: charcoal chambray and natural canvas. Available in classic Incase silhouettes like our Protective Sleeve, Campus Pack and Tote as well as a new addition, the Convertible Pack, the Terra Collection reflects an easygoing, effortless approach to lightweight travel.
Oversized zippers and thoughtful accents lend a casual look to the Terra Collection while signature Incase device protection make the bags and cases perfect for everyday use. Charcoal Chambray pieces have a surprising orange pop interior, while those in Natural Canvas feature a classic chambray on the inside.
New in the collection is the Convertible Pack, a versatile solution for carrying a 13″ notebook. With its single adjustable strap, the Convertible Pack can be carried as a backpack, sling pack, shoulder bag or mini tote. Organizer pockets provide storage for accessories and daily essentials making the Terra Convertible Pack ideal for work, school or whenever you’re traveling light.
The Terra Collection is available now in our webstore and in limited availability at the Apple Store.
With vast appreciation and excitement, we present the final installment of our Room 205 episode with I Break Horses. For this punchy, improvised live performance of “Load Your Eyes,” director Forrest Borie employs a top secret animated screen-grab technique to accentuate drummer Fredrik Balck’s glitchy beats and the robust, off-the-cuff elegance of singer Maria Linden’s remarkable voice.
Special thanks goes to I Break Horses for making this episode of Room 205 possible. Despite all being ill with the flu and suffering an unexpected summer heat wave, their goodwill and resolve won out. Thanks also to director Forrest Borie, set designer Tamarra Younis, dp Jeffrey Peters, audio engineer J. Clark, camera operator Conor Simpson, and producer/camera operator Arlie Carstens. In every sense of the word, this episode of Room 205 was truly an inspired collaborative creation.
Look for a new episode of Room 205 next month.
Today we premiere the second installment of Room 205 with special guest I Break Horses. Inspired by the stark intimacy and rising euphoria of “Hearts,” set designer Tamarra Younis turned Room 205 into a soft cocoon of billowing muslin gauze. Thereafter, director Forrest Borie shot the entire performance through dozens of tiny glory holes cut into the fabric. But why? Well, as directors go, Borie’s a bit of a peeping tom. He wanted to capture I Break Horses doing what they do best—getting lost in the moment. The resulting video offers a beautiful, glowing snapshot of the band in all its blissed out glory.
Look for the final I Break Horses x Room 205 performance, “Load Your Eyes,” to launch Monday, September 24th.
We are proud to introduce our latest Apple Exclusive, created in celebration of Apple’s newest store in Sweden. Available only at the Apple Store, Täby Centrum, this limited edition Snap Case for iPhone 4S features a repeating graphic pattern inspired by the Scandinavian cross and colors of the Swedish flag.
Ett specialutformat snäppfodral i begränsad upplaga som endast kan köpas på Apple Store, Sverige. Fodralet pryds av en särskilt framtagen design som inspirerats av den svenska flaggan. De klara blå och gula färgerna har anor ända från år 1275.
This morning’s Apple announcement has us as excited as ever with the unveiling of the iPhone 5 and the introduction of the new iPod nano and iPod touch. We are proud to announce our first offering of iPhone 5 cases, featuring some of our signature styles reengineered for the new iPhone. Available now for pre-order and shipping early October are iconic Incase forms such as the Slider Case and Snap Case in an array of colors and finishes.
We are proud to say that we’ve been there since the beginning, having created cases for iPhone since its introduction in 2007. Utilizing our industrial design expertise and world-class engineering, our products are designed to seamlessly match the nuanced contours of each new iPhone, from the gently curved back of the original iPhone to the glass back of the iPhone 4S and now the taller anodized aluminum body of iPhone 5. The precise fit of our cases has not only provided improved device protection, it has enabled us to apply our signature minimalist design principles while also enhancing the user experience. Our new releases continue this tradition, matching the thinnest lightest iPhone to date with complementary designs that highlight the iPhone form while protecting the new advanced technology within.
Our initial iPhone 5 case offering features dependable, time-tested case styles reengineered for the new iPhone, including eight different Slider Cases, two Snap Cases and a Sports Armband, with much more to be announced in the near future. And for all of you looking to become new iPod owners, definitely stay connected with us, we’ll have news for you soon.
Room 205 welcomes you to the densely layered world of I Break Horses, the nom de plume of Maria Lindén and musical partner Fredrik Balck. While on a recent US tour supporting M83, the duo stopped into Room 205 for a deeply weird live session during a brutal heatwave. It was HOT and they were sick as dogs, so they stripped to their underwear before a single note warbled from their synths. Even so, the vibe created by the white light/white heat/white underwear delivered the first almost-perfect episode of Room 205.
Residing in Stockholm, Sweden, I Break Horses quietly crafted their 2011 debut album Hearts via stolen moments gathered up over a span of three years. Although heavily (and openly) influenced by MBV, Slowdive and Jesus & Mary Chain, I Break Horses is far from an exercise in typical shoegaze fare. Coupled with Lindén’s vocals, a gorgeous Scandinavian croon bathed in layers of oceanic reverb and tremelo, and God only knows how many synths, drum pads and ornately effected guitar chords, I Break Horses offers a unique sonic experience unlike anything else you’ll soon hear.
Look for the next installment of the episode to launch next Monday, September 17 with a performance of “Hearts”.
Join Ghostly International for 4 Days of Sound, Art and Inspiration + Download an Exclusive Compilation
Incase is proud to support Ghostly International: Of Art and Artifice, a multi-day event presented by the Art Directors Club CRE8 Series that promotes art connected through a spirit of inventiveness and anti-genre thinking. In the years since its birth in 1999, Ghostly has grown from a boutique label known for its experimental-pop and -techno acumen to an internationally recognized platform for the work of the world’s best visual artists, designers, technologists, and musicians.
As a multi-platform cultural curator, Ghostly International is a tightly knit aesthetic universe fulfilling the roles of art gallery, design house, clothing designer, technology innovator, music-publishing company and record label, all in one. From September 13-16, The Art Directors Club will house a comprehensive exhibition that gives a peek into what’s next after 13 years of creativity from Ghostly International, highlighting an essential selection of work from the Ghostly family in a never-before-seen collection. In addition to the exhibition, Of Art and Artifice will also encompass a series of events that include an Opening Gala with live performances by Com Truise, Lusine and NYC’s own Michna, as well as two days of talks with Ghostly artists hosted by Incase.
In celebration of the upcoming event, we are proud to feature an exclusive compilation of tracks from Ghostly International’s lineup of artists available for streaming and download only at goincase.com.
Tickets for Of Art and Artifice are available now via Eventbrite.
We are proud to introduce the latest additions to the Incase for Andy Warhol Collection featuring a fresh interpretation of Warhol’s famed Brillo® Soap Pads Box sculptures. Releasing just prior to Brillo’s 100-year anniversary in 2013, this limited-edition series of products includes products for MacBook, iPad and iPhone 4S.
Andy Warhol’s fascination with pop culture, products and celebrities gave his art a distinct perspective, but it was his detailed recording, documenting and reproduction of these subjects that made him a unique, and often controversial, conceptual artist. His 1964 Brillo Soap Pads Box sculptures elevated disposable packaging into a valuable artifact of Americana. Warhol’s appropriation of mundane and blatantly commercial subject matter incited criticism from the art establishment of the time. However, the box sculptures were breakthroughs not only for the controversy they sparked, but also because they captured the zeitgeist of the era and reaffirmed Warhol’s ability to redefine the boundaries of art. The Brillo sculptures have since become some of Warhol’s most sought after and important works of the late twentieth century.
The new Brillo series is available now in our webstore.