C.R. Stecyk III
C.R. Stecyk III is a multimedia artist widely acknowledged as a major influence within the genres of graffiti and street art. He has participated in more than 300 international exhibitions and his work is included in a number of public collections. A surfboard shaped and painted by Stecyk resides in the permanent archive of the Smithsonian. He was also a writer and production designer on the Sundance award-winning documentary film Dogtown and Z-Boys.
Stecyk co-founded the innovative Zephyr atelier, where the boards he painted for individuals such as Skip Engblom, Miki Dora, Jay Adams, Jeff Ho, Tony Alva and Joel Tudor helped to establish the graphic styles of both surfing and skateboarding.
C.R. Stecyk lives and works in Ocean Park, CA.
The seventh installment of Curated by Arkitip features original C.R. Stecyk artwork. A skull graphic graces our signature iPhone Snap Case and a photograph of legendary skateboarder Jay Adams appears on our signature MacBook Sleeve, which features neoprene construction, plush faux-fur lining and custom C.R. Stecyk-branded YKK zipper pulls.
Curated by Arkitip
Curated by Arkitip is a project designed for Incase aimed at delivering artistically embellished Apple products to users who have an appreciation for the creative arts and technology. All artists are carefully chosen by Arkitip for their dedication to their respective art forms and unique points of view.