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!)
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.
As a painter, illustrator, writer and musician, Clare Rojas has thoughtfully woven an intricate multimedia world. We are proud to introduce a capsule collection with the San Francisco-based artist who has infused a fresh and feminine perspective to signature Incase bags and cases with her colorful animal characters and abstract patterns created just for the collection.
Rojas’ visual artistry encompasses a broad spectrum from modern abstract to delicately detailed figures. Stark backgrounds emphasize carefully rendered geometric patterns, a part of what Rojas calls her current exploration of “domestic abstract interiors”, focusing on patterns, color and composition in simple and reduced forms. Figures and characters, whose narratives are the centerpieces of Rojas’ previous bodies of work, make an appearance in the collection in the form of a colorful and expressive owl. The two perspectives come together harmoniously in the four-piece Incase for Clare Rojas collection, which is comprised of a Campus Pack, Tote Bag, 13″ Protective Sleeve and iPhone Pouch.
Rojas gives a unique voice to her visual art through music. Performing under the pseudonym Peggy Honeywell, her folk-inspired style ranges from easygoing tales of everyday life to meditations on friendship, love and the human spirit. Peggy Honeywell has released four albums, two of which can be found on Galaxia Records out of San Francisco. In addition to the collaborative collection, we are excited to launch a new three-part episode of Room 205 featuring Peggy Honeywell, the first of which debuts in conjunction with the release of the product collection. For the episode, Rojas painted the bold, abstract backdrop against which she performs. The second and third installments of the Peggy Honeywell episode will release on August 13th and 20th.
The release of Incase for Clare Rojas comes on the cusp of Rojas’ new exhibition at Kavi Gupta Gallery in Chicago, which will run from September 15 to October 21 followed by an exhibition at Prism Gallery in Los Angeles.
Incase for Clare Rojas is available now in our webstore with prices ranging from $49.95 to $129.95. Be sure to check back on August 13 and 20 for new installments of Room 205 featuring Peggy Honeywell.
We are proud to debut our latest Apple Exclusive commemorating the opening of Apple’s new store in Barcelona. The limited-edition Snap Case features an all-over mosaic tile design with shapes inspired by the work of renowned architect Antoni Gaudí, whose famous buildings, such as the Casa Batlló, are found throughout the city.
Our limited-edition Snap Case is available now exclusively at the Apple Store, Passeig de Gràcia.
We are proud to introduce the latest additions to the Incase for Andy Warhol Collection. Now in its fifth installment, the new releases include tote bags and cases for iPhone 4S, iPad and MacBook featuring an image from Warhol’s breakout film, Chelsea Girls, his playful So Many Stars illustration, a revealing self portrait from his Photobooth series and a new version of the iconic Cow Wallpaper.
During the 1960s Andy Warhol focused more on making films, including the controversial 1966 Chelsea Girls. An amalgam of semi-scripted and unscripted scenes complete with crude sound and camerawork, Chelsea Girls often resembles a raw prototype for today’s reality television. Warhol claimed he was “just photographing what happens” in his movies, however with Chelsea Girls, Warhol delivered “reality” through his own unique vision. The unblinking display of sex and drugs drove the film’s notoriety, but stylistically Chelsea Girls is a kinetic revelation that evolves from black and white to full color, with fragmented scenes depicted on a split screen. Our four-piece product series pays homage to Warhol’s famed film, with bags and cases for iPhone 4S, iPad and MacBook.
The updated Cow Wallpaper product range features Warhol’s groundbreaking screenprint in a new bold yellow hue on premium denim fabric. His 1966 Cow Wallpaper opened an intriguing new avenue for creative expression. Warhol transformed an ordinary photo of a docile cow into a whimsical subject by using striking colors in his signature silkscreen process.
While much of Warhol’s most recognizable artwork is silkscreened prints, many of his early works are ink illustrations. So Many Stars (circa 1958) reveals a playful side to his art that continued to evolve throughout his career. The sprightly artistry has been applied to Incase’s signature Snap Case for a lighthearted, expressive option for iPhone 4S.
Warhol’s experimental portrait photography in photo booths provided the basis for some of his most beloved silkscreen works. With the booth’s privacy curtain drawn and photos automatically shot by a machine, the subject could feel liberated to reveal his or her essence instead of being self-conscious in front of a human photographer. In the selection of photo strips chosen for this collection, Warhol himself is the photo booth’s subject. The strip image is serially repeated on the Photobooth Snap Case for iPhone 4S in keeping with one of the artist’s hallmark techniques.
The new Incase for Andy Warhol designs are available now in our webstore.
From Marc by Marc Jacobs and Incase comes a selection of iPhone cases available exclusively at the Apple Store starting today. Featuring signature Marc by Marc Jacobs prints and reliable Incase protection, the new range of cases gives your iPhone 4S the style it deserves.
The Marc by Marc Jacobs Snap Case series is the first introduction of collaborative products by Marc by Marc Jacobs in partnership with Incase. Featuring four designs in a range of colorways, the prints include the playful Wild at Heart, coquettish Mademoiselle Danger, eye-catching chrome Stardust Logo and graphic Hot Dot print.
Each Marc by Marc Jacobs Snap Case carries a SRP of $39.95 and is available now exclusively at Apple retail stores throughout North America and starting June 12 through the Apple Store online.
The Hammered Snap Case translates the look of hammered metal to a protective case in a simple and minimal design. Featuring a metallic finish and soft-touch coating, its textured exterior brings dimensional interest and a unique tactile experience to your iPhone.
We’ve taken a different approach to our signature minimalist design with our new Box Case. Celebrating the simplicity of a basic shape and the beauty of a right angle, the Box Case features soft, rubberized construction that fully protects the iPhone back and sides. Squared corners not only give the Box its unique look, they also provide extra cushioning where your iPhone needs it most.
We are proud to introduce the Spring ‘12 series of the ongoing Incase for Andy Warhol collection, featuring a complete line of bags and cases for MacBook and iPhone. Drawing from a variety of pieces highlighting Warhol’s exploration of nature and celebrity, common themes in his oeuvre, the new Incase for Andy Warhol collection features iconic designs such as Marilyn™ as well as less recognizable, but equally beautiful and provocative works like Butterflies, Sunset and Skull.
One of Warhol’s most recognized celebrity portraits is his silkscreen of Marilyn Monroe, an international celebrity that encapsulated the popular culture of her time. Warhol began work on his Marilyn series after her untimely death in 1962, working from a publicity photo for her 1953 film, Niagara. The resulting series perfectly preserved Monroe’s larger than life personality, glamour and charisma, itself becoming as iconic as its subject matter. The selected designs for the Tote, Campus Pack, Protective Sleeve and Snap Case are from the artist’s retrospective series called Marilyn Reversals (late 1970s to early 1980s), in which Warhol reversed the negative of the star’s image and used different color variations in both dark and light hues.
Warhol’s Butterflies (1955) stands out as a precursor to his later artistic perspective and process. While much of his most recognizable artwork was silkscreened, the majority of Warhol’s early works, including Butterflies, were hand drawn. In Butterflies, there is a hint of serial repetition that would eventually become his signature style. The Warhol Snap Case in Butterflies encapsulates the beauty and variation present in nature, two themes that Warhol continually explored in his art.
The 1972 Sunset prints convey the simple elegance of a natural event that occurs every day. The striking series, which consists of 632 unique prints, also showcases Warhol’s brilliance as a colorist. The Sunset print appearing on the Warhol Snap Case captures the moment the sun just begins to disappear below the horizon, using brilliant hues in warm tones to add contrast and enhance the focus.
For his 1976 Skull series, Warhol took photographs of a human skull he purchased while antique shopping. He then transferred the photos into drawings with the use of an overhead projector. In this particular rendering chosen for the Warhol Snap Case, the impact of the stark black and white skull is partially balanced by the playful colors, indicating hope or even humor in spite of the inevitability of death.
The new Incase for Andy Warhol Collection is available now in our webstore with availability to follow in select boutiques worldwide.
We are excited to introduce a new edition of commemorative products in our Apple Exclusive series.
Created to celebrate the opening of the Apple Store in Amsterdam, this two-piece collection features bold St. Andrew’s crosses that are found in the Dutch capital city’s coat of arms and “Amsterdammertjes,” the metal posts that mark the sidewalks throughout the city.
These limited-edition products for iPhone 4S and MacBook are available exclusively at the Apple Store, Amsterdam, which opened its doors today.
Met trots presenteren we deze gelimiteerde collectie, exclusief verkrijgbaar bij de Apple winkel in Amsterdam. Geïnspireerd door het wapen van de Nederlandse hoofdstad, rood met zwarte strepen en voorzien van Andreaskruisen. Dezelfde beroemde kruisjes staan ook op de ‘Amsterdammertjes’: de stalen paaltjes die overal in de stad het straatbeeld sieren.