With the continuation of Curated by Arkitip, artist and designer Evan Hecox displays his fascination with the urban landscape on Incase products, presented as the sixth installment of the well-received collaborative effort. “Available today, the Evan Hecox series has been issued in three limited editions: London, New York and Tokyo. As the project’s first artist to present a series of products, Hecox brings to life nontraditional depictions of the famed cities and their associated national emblems on our signature MacBook Sleeve and iPhone Slider Case. Hecox filters the mundane into captivating illustrations of London, New York and Tokyo seemingly filled with narratives beyond the images themselves, and applies them to MacBook Sleeves. The Hecox Slider Cases complement the three Sleeves, bearing instantly recognizable national symbols of the three cities. Hecox re-imagined the symbols through his stylistic approach, resulting in artistic interpretations that are both familiar and new.”
We recently turned you to a sneak peek at Arkitip’s latest collaboration with Incase, featuring Parisian artist André. The MacBook Sleeve + iPhone case combo has officially been outed and we’ve never been the ones to sport any French emblems but that may soon change. The signature Incase 15” Sleeve and Slider Case feature André’s distinctive “Mr. A” stick figure character once seen everywhere from city walls to high fashion magazines and collaborations. Both pieces are available today at goincase.com and arkitip.com, and also at the Carrousel du Louvre Apple Store, in Paris, France.
Unfortunately, this is only a quick glimpse at what the Arkitip x Incase collaboration has been cooking up for us this time around. More information is sure to land in the coming days, but for now you can just think of what’s to come with the help of Paris-based artist Andre. Co-branded merchandise will come as a 15″ “Mr. A” MacBook sleeve and matching iPhone case. Stay tuned, people!
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.
Buy It: $59.95 at incase
Steve Harrington has teamed up with Arktip and InCase to release a signature iphone case and laptop sleeve. This is the third installment of ‘Curated by Arktip’, a project designed for Incase, aimed at delivering artistically embellished Apple© products to users who have an appreciation for the creative arts and technology. (more…)