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A Culture of Co-Op.

We've built our authenticity by collaboration with leaders of industry and through pinnacle brand partnerships.

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The Incase x Stussy Series 001 Collection fuses utilitarian design with superior technology protection for enhanced mobility. These military-inspired bags and accessories from a modular carrying system that easily adapts to the demands of long expeditions or short missions.

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Ace Hotel

Incase and Ace Hotel released a capsule collection of travel and technology accessories evincing Ace's rustic-urban aesthetic and Incase's minimalist approach to functional product design. Inspired by classic flight jackets, the five-piece collection includes a Duffel Bag, Shoulder Bag, 15" Sleeve, Portfolio for iPad and Snap Case for iPhone 4.

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Curated by Arkitip, an ongoing series aimed at delivering artificially embelished Apple-based products to users who have an appreciation for the creative arts and technology. Featured artists were selected by Arkitip for dedication to their respective art forms and unique points of view.

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Inspired by an equal appreciation for the analogued and digital, the Ace Hotel collection is designedfor anyone who appreciates the look, feel and performance of classic materials like American-made waxed cotton canvas. Their durable utilitarian construction stands up to the rigors of travel, while device-specific features and soft taffeta liners offer safe haven for mobile technology.

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Andy Warhol

As a cutting-edge visual artist, Andy Warhol understood and embraced technology and saw it as the future of contemporary culture and the arts. Whether it was carrying his audio recorder that he called his "wife" everywhere with him, listening to recorded conversations of his famous friends or enjoying the latest music with his headphones, Warhol lived and breathed the gadgetry of his times in order to continually evolve as an artist and creative thinker.