We are proud to unveil our collaboration with The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts. This distinctive collection features Warhol’s artwork applied to select cases, sleeves and bags for iPhone, iPad and MacBook.
As a cutting-edge visual artist, Warhol understood and embraced technology and saw it as the future of contemporary culture and the arts. Warhol once said “A lot of people could help me with parts and segments of the business, but only a computer would be totally useful to me…A computer would be a very qualified boss.” Fittingly, Incase for Andy Warhol fuses his artwork our technology-driven designs. We launch this continuing series with Warhol’s late-era Camouflage and the Banana screen print created in 1966, which also appeared on the cover of The Velvet Underground & Nico’s self-titled debut album. Additional signature Warhol graphics are featured on our iPhone Snap Cases including his striking 1964 Flowers print, Dollar Signs (1982), a wry commentary on art as a consumer item, and a colorful cow portrait taken from his whimsical 1966 Cow Wallpaper.
“It’s an absolute honor to work within the legacy of one of the most influential individuals to touch the world of art and pop culture,” says Damon Way, Incase Chief Brand Officer. “Andy Warhol was known for pushing boundaries and redefining convention, something that we greatly admire and exercise at every opportunity.”
“Incase has created an exciting collection that taps in to the creative, non-conformist spirit of Andy Warhol and embodies his sophisticated sense of design, ” says Michael Hermann, Director of Licensing at The Andy Warhol Foundation. “Incase for Andy Warhol is a fitting tribute to the artist who continues to inspire us to think differently.”
On Wednesday, April 6, Incase and The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts will host a private event in New York to celebrate the launch of Incase for Andy Warhol. The event will draw from Warhol’s seemingly prescient stance on technology and its effect on popular culture with interactive art installations, as well as showcase the newly released collection. The entire event will be captured on video via iPhone 4 and will be streaming live on goincase.com.
Select Incase for Andy Warhol products are available today with additional products coming soon and available for pre-order. Incase for Andy Warhol will be available soon through the Apple Store, Apple’s retail stores and discerning boutiques worldwide.
As a cutting-edge visual artist, Andy Warhol fully embraced technology and saw it as the future of contemporary culture and the arts. It is only fitting that Incase fuse his artwork with our technology driven designs.
This distinctive collection features Warhol’s best-loved artwork applied to products for iPhone, iPad and MacBook. The Spring 2011 collection will feature his iconic Camouflage and Banana screen prints as well as additional Warhol works. Be sure to return to goincase.com for the full product unveiling next Tuesday, April 5th.
Spring has sprung, and now that Apple has unveiled the new iPad 2, we’re rolling out innovative new designs, and refreshing some of your favorite products for Apple’s latest device. For starters, our signature line of Book Jackets and Magazine Jackets have been redesigned with slimmer, lighter and more premium materials while offering the same durable protection that Incase users can rely on. The new Book and Magazine Jackets will be available in April.
Of course, we have completely new products in the iPad 2 lineup as well. Our new iPad 2 cases and sleeves will cover virtually any iPad 2 user’s needs with a variety of cutting edge features to enhance the iPad 2 experience wherever you use your iPad 2: at home, the office or on the road. Expect new Incase products for iPad 2 to be available in April, with additional styles and delicious new colors to follow soon after.
Lastly, for iPad fans who can’t wait, our current Origami Sleeve and Origami Workstation, as well as the rest of our iPad Sleeves are compatible with both iPad and iPad 2. They’re available now in the Incase web store.
We’re happy to announce our exclusive 12 Days 12 Deals holiday discounts. You’ll have the chance to save up to $100 on your favorite Incase bags and accessories for iPhone, iPad and iPod. As an extra treat, we’re giving you free shipping. It’s our gift to you.
Each day, we’ll offer new savings on new products and product bundles. Deals are available for one day only, but we’re making it easy to receive word on the latest daily deal. Simply follow us on Facebook and Twitter and you’ll get the daily deal announcement delivered right to you.
The celebration doesn’t stop there. We’re also giving away a free Snap Battery Case for iPhone 4 each day. It’s the thinnest powered case available, giving your iPhone essential protection and extra battery life in an incredibly slim profile. Just Tweet about our 12 Days 12 Deals and you’ll automatically be entered to win. For more information, please visit the 12 Days 12 Deals page.
Combining functional versatility with durable, form-fitting hardshell construction, the Convertible Magazine Jacket (CMJ) is the smartest protective solution for iPad.
Custom fit for iPad, the CMJ is a lightweight carrying case that features backside snap-on attachment and a rubberized front flap for complete device protection while in transit.
Enhance your iPad user experience by utilizing one of the three secure angles provided by the CMJ. With two working angle options, secure your iPad in place for comfortable app use, scrolling or typing. And for your viewing pleasure, position the iPad more upright to watch videos, movies and more.
The Convertible Magazine Jacket for iPad is available now exclusively through our webstore and the Apple Store.
Based on the artwork from the José Parlá Curated by Arkitip project, we have created some free wallpaper for your MacBook, iPad and iPhone. Pick from 3 designs.
The latest innovations in technology are at your fingertips. Your fingers are the handheld
data banks that identify you to the world and one of your most essential tools in this digital age. To celebrate the power of your fingertips, WIRED and Incase collaborated on this limited-edition iPad Snap Case featuring a graphic fingerprint. Available exclusively at the WIRED Store and Incase webstore.
WIRED, the magazine known for innovation and design, has curated more than 200 engaging products, along with interactive installations for its annual WIRED Store gallery. The shopping space includes what’s new and next in consumer electronics, gaming, active gear, home goods, eco-lifestyle items, apparel, and children’s toys in the three-level historic Tower Records building in the NoHo neighborhood of New York City.
Located at 692 Broadway (at 4th Street), the WIRED Store will be open to the public between November 19 and December 26 from 11am to 7pm Wednesdays through Sundays. Visitors are invited to explore the gallery, test products and attend events; shoppers can purchase featured products at the online WIRED Store beginning November 19.
For the eighth installment of Curated by Arkitip, artist José Parlá documents his experiences in calligraphic and palimpsestic code using our signature protective cases. Available today, the José Parlá capsule collection for Curated by Arkitip features original Parlá artwork applied to the 15″ MacBook Pro Sleeve and Convertible Book Jacket for iPad, both of which are constructed of premium pebbled leather, as well as the Slider Case for iPhone 4.
According to Parlá, “the Incase and Arkitip Curated project is interesting to me because it is a way to incorporate the artist’s story into an art object that is accessible to a global audience.”
Featuring three distinct pieces of Parlá’s imagery—Lost Horizon, Li-Jiang and Miami Writers Circa 1986—the Curated by Arkitip collection serves as textually chronicled memories. The original markings appear on backdrops that resemble the distressed surfaces he encounters and the cosmetic results of passed time: city walls marred from layers of paint, old posters and years of neglect. They have now been transcribed onto protective cases for Apple devices in the spirit of communicating Parlá’s art through the lens of mobile product.
“As a friend and personal fan of his work, it has been a real honor to work with José in the context of Incase and our Curated by Arkitip program. I am extremely proud of the result as we were able to explore new territory with premium materials, artistic embellishment and unique packaging,” said Damon Way, Incase Chief Brand Officer. “I’m pleased to have the opportunity to offer such creative and memorable products to the Incase audience.”
Our signature Perforated pattern has been redesigned and applied to a full family of products for Apple devices. Each case is precision engineered to be as lightweight as possible and offers an ultra-minimalist look with maximum visual impact. Available in our popular Snap Cases for iPad, iPhone 4 and iPod touch, our Perforated family provides scratch protection and direct access to all device features.
Featuring hardshell construction and snap-on attachment, all Perforated Snap Cases are available in gloss white and matte black with the addition of deep violet for iPhone 4 and blueberry for iPod touch. The Perforated Snap Cases are available now through our webstore.
Bonus: We have some exclusive photos from the Eley Kishimoto Flash On Week event.