The seventh installment of Curated by Arkitip is now available, featuring works by multimedia artist C.R. Stecyk III. From his early work on boards he painted for the Z-Boys to his iconic black and white photography of surf and skate legends, Stecyk is widely acknowledged as a major stylistic influence within graffiti and street art movements.
Stecyk’s work for Curated by Arkitip highlights iconic imagery and color combinations representative of the early days of modern skate and surf culture. The 15″ MacBook Pro Sleeve features an early Stecyk photograph of Jay Adams, one of the original Z-Boys considered a progenitor of modern-day skateboarding. Stecyk’s skull design for the iPhone 3GS Snap Case recalls graffiti art that typified skateboarding in its early days, such as Stecyk’s infamous Pig and Crossbones graffiti piece that became a symbol for the nascent culture’s attitude and style.
In celebration of the release of the Stecyk series, Incase and Arkitip have worked with C.R. Stecyk to produce a limited-edition of 100 signed screen prints of the skull design featured on the iPhone 3GS Snap Case. The prints are available exclusively through Arkitip and at Project Space in Los Angeles located at 603 N. La Brea Avenue.
Our popular multi-color Skate Pack is back in stock just in time for your late summer jaunts and/or for those heading back to school. Also in stock and ready to ship are our two-tone Paul Rodriguez Slider Cases for iPhone 3GS/3G, available in three different color combos.
Since P-Rod is all about skating with style, we want to see who has the most stylish push for this Paul Rodriguez Giveaway: document yourself pushing through the streets and if we like what we see, you’ll win the P-Rod Skate Pack. Three runner ups will win a P-Rod Slider Case for iPhone 3GS/3G.
How to enter:
- Take a photo or video of yourself pushing on your skateboard
- Upload to Twitter, Flickr, YouTube or Vimeo
- Make sure to add the tag prodpush
And through the magic of the internets we will be notified as soon as you upload your photo or video. We’ll pick a winner at the end of this month and announce the winner September 1.
UPDATE: Contest closed. We have a winner!
C.R. Stecyk III brings his mixed media artistry to the signature Incase 15″ Sleeve and iPhone 3GS Snap Case. Employing photography, graffiti and screen printing techniques, the C.R. Stecyk III products for Curated by Arkitip feature iconic imagery and colorways representative of early surf and skate culture.
The 15″ C.R. Stecyk III Sleeve and iPhone 3GS Snap Cases will be available on August 17.
The Apple Store, Covent Garden is a beautiful marriage of the old and new located in the heart London. In celebration of Apple’s newest flagship store, we have created a set of limited-edition products inspired by the architectural masonry present throughout the historical Covent Garden district.
Featuring a repeating graphic of Covent Garden’s iconic arches, the 13″ and 15″ Sleeves for MacBook and MacBook Pro and Slider Case for iPhone 3GS are available exclusively at the Apple Store, Covent Garden.
Inspired by the city’s landmark Oriental Pearl Tower, the capsule collection for the Apple Store, Shanghai features a pop art interpretation of the impressive structure fashioned in a bold, repeating graphic. Comprised of our signature 13″ and 15″ MacBook Sleeves and Slider Case for iPhone 3GS/3G, these limited-edition products are available now exclusively at the Apple Store, Shanghai.
以上海標誌性建築-東方明珠塔為靈感, 這一系列產品採用大膽和豐富多彩的圖形. 其中包
含了 Incase 經典13寸和15 寸的 MacBook Sleeves, 和 iPhone 3GS/3G的Slider Case. 這
些限量版商品已在上海 Apple 店獨家銷售.
Featuring hardshell plastic construction with a minimal wall thickness of 1mm, each Chrome Slider Case features a tonal pop fluro interior with rubber guardrails for shock absorption as well as impact and scratch protection. A high gloss mirrored exterior puts the finishing touch on the Chrome Slider Case for a look that’s got flash and substance.
The final installment of our video series finds Telepathe moving from the background to center stage (quite literally). The experimental noise pop group provided the soundtrack for the first two videos in the series, and the third episode features an intimate live performance of the song “Michael” from their album Dance Mother.
The performance is hosted by the same group of friends from the earlier videos, who learn that Incase products offer protection when you least expect to need it.
Concluding our series, here is Experiment No. 3: Telepathe Recording.
The second installment of our video series continues to chronicle a group of friends in New York City. Once again, our protagonists count on the protection offered by Incase products as they use the video feature of the iPhone 3GS to document their journey from Williamsburg to the Lower East Side across the Brooklyn Bridge.
The video features the songs “Devil’s Trident (The Big Pink Specialization Reality)” and “Lights Go Down” by Telepathe from their album Dance Mother. And with that, we present Experiment No. 2: Moped Ride. Look for the final short on 3/22.
Williamsburg to Lower East Side, 4:45pm
Music: “Devil’s Trident (The Big Pink Specialization Reality)”, with some of “Lights Go Down” by Telepathe from their album Dance Mother.
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