Pin and Patch with the Bratpack Remix Program and Stand Out from the Rest!
Looking for something creative?
Imagine this: you just bought a new backpack from Bratpack. It’s handy, very reliable and you bring it with you all the time because you love it and it’s awesome. And then, after some time, while walking around the mall, you spotted your bag sported by another person. You high five the person (because he’s got good taste) but you think again and say to yourself, “Ugh, the bag is great, but I still want to be different from everybody else…”
Well, brahs and sistahs, I got a solution for all your woes. Bratpack is here to the rescue!
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Pin and Patch with the Bratpack Remix Program!
A mix of brand and arts, The Bratpack Remix Program launched last June 30 at The Gallery, Greenbel t5.
Bratpack has collaborated with Eastpack Artist Studio before, as well! Check it out here: Local Artists Come Together For a Cause
The Bratpack Remix Program with its philosophy “Inspire. Interpret. Express” aims to give platform for the visual arts. They collaborate with local artists to come up with designs for patches and pins that can be used to personalize your backpacks. Yay!! Ain’t that great? Not only will you have a one-of-a-kind backpack this way; you’ll also be able to express yourself through your own personalized designs.
You ask yourself again, “Sure, there are designs, but they might be limited…” Well, here’s more good news for you: The Bratpack Remix Program features four talented artists who lent their artistic side to create the Artist Series. There are a total of 44 patches and pins to choose from and all of them can be mixed and matched as needed. The probability (I’ll leave the math to you, mister… or sister) that you’ll see someone having the same design is slim. Unless, of course, you and your SO decided to get the same designs because you guys wanted a couple’s backpack — that’s awesome, too.
The first featured artist is Anjo Bolarda. His concept “Daydream Express” was inspired by the idea of daydreaming. While being interviewed, he told us that great ideas come from daydreams. Amen to that!
JP Cuison’s concept is titled “The Artist“. According to JP, he got his inspiration from his gig posters. His favorite design? A half cyborg Jose Rizal – the epitome of progress for Filipinos.
Celina De Guzman focused on independence in her art entitled “Freedom“. She was able to depict freedom through her illustrations of birds and goldfish. Her craft is flowy and fluid and her choice of pastel colors will really bring your eyes to her art.
Lala Gallardo reinterpreted Greek muses with “Deities“. She wanted to showcase a modern interpretation of them and wanted them to be relatable. Empowerment of women is important to her and she believes that we possess the same potential that these deities have.
I’m so jealous of this girl. She got her Jansport remixed!
Whew! So, head to your nearest Bratpack stores and go get your bags pinned and patched. Next time you see that person you high-fived before, you’ll get the same weird look, but you just might become friends because of Bratpack! Talk about awesomeness in the Artist Series of Bratpack Remix Program!!!
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