The HunterGatherer Slider Case and 15″ Sleeve will be available next Tuesday along with a video that will give an inside look at the process and inspiration of designers Todd St. John and Gary Benzel.
HunterGatherer was founded in 2000 by Todd St. John as a way to bring projects ranging from product design to animation all under one roof. Since then, the studio has become internationally known for its inventiveness and distinctive fusing of hand-built and high-end techniques, creating influential work for everyone from MTV to the New York Times.
The woodgrain-inspired products for Incase are based on a design collaboration between St. John and Gary Benzel, a frequent HunterGatherer collaborator. Be on the look out for more information about our project with HunterGatherer. Products will be available on June 23.
The third installment of Curated by Arkitip launches today with Steven Harrington. The Los Angeles based artist, who has received international recognition for his commercial and self-inspired art projects, created the custom design featured on the Steven Harrington Sleeve for MacBook Pro 15″ and Slider Case for iPhone 3G, both available today.
Harrington’s print work for Curated by Arkitip is representative of his signature aesthetic, incorporating a multiplicty of colorful patterns symbolic of connectivity and community. His designs are often times created from past experiences and childhood memories in addition to influence from Time-Life Encyclopedias 1965-1972, thrift stores and the 60s pysch sounds of The Moody Blues. Harrington leaves his work open for personal interpretation, infusing tangible objects that people can relate to like a photograph or memory.
Our last update before we launch the next installment for the Curated by Arkitip series with Los Angeles artist Steven Harrington.
We will have a video and a selection of Harrington’s oeuvre to accompany the release next week.
The Steven Harrington iPhone 3G Case and Sleeve for MacBook Pro 15″ will be available February 12.
Here’s a close-up photo of the 15″ MacBook Pro sleeve by Los Angeles artist Steven Harrington who is featured in the third installment of the Curated by Arkitip series.
Products will be available for MacBook Pro 15″ and iPhone 3G on February 12.
Influenced by Time-Life Encyclopedias 1965-1972, thrift stores and the 60s pysch sounds of The Moody Blues, his art might be termed “contextual objectivism”. That is, each piece is created as a tangible object symbiotically defined of a larger context.
The Steven Harrington products will be available early February.
Parra talks about what inspired his design for the Curated by Arkitip project during this inside look at a day in his life. Filmed and narrated by the artist himself, Parra gives an overview of his design process, shows how he creates music for his band, Le Le, and even gives a sneak preview of a new music video that he’s working on
The second installment of the Curated by Arkitip project launches today with Parra. The prolific Dutch artist, who has received international recognition in both the commercial and fine art worlds, created the custom design featured on the Parra Sleeve for MacBook Pro 15″ and Parra Slider Case for iPhone 3G, both available today.
Parra’s design for Curated by Arkitip is representative of his signature aesthetic, featuring bold, hand-drawn graphics inspired by the ruckus of old cartoon fights. Known for combining bright colors and his mastery of illustrated fonts with a twist of wit, Parra’s work is sought after by a new generation of design fanatics who appreciate his unique style that is heavily influenced by early nineties music and street culture.