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    Your Canvas: Purple

    Your Canvas: Purple

    To launch our new purple colorway, we teamed up with local artist, Bedelyn Dabel. Believe it or not, we actually found him through Instagram! Once we saw his artwork and style, we knew we had to bring him in for a design session. 

     

    With a unique style of art and what we know will become one of Instagram's favorite characters, "FLÉ" dominates Bedelyn's collection in a range of colors and different emotions. 

    In short, Bedelyn's art style "bridges the gap between a graffiti artist and an Illustrator."

     Check out Demetri's full collection in the link below and check out what he created during his time at the Lab. 

     http://bit.ly/FLECollection

     

    Veterans Day Spotlight: Antonio from Operations

     

    November 11th: Today is the one day each year that we Americans set aside to honor our nation’s heroes- the Veterans who served and currently serve in the United States Military. Today is the day dedicated to honoring those men and women who answered the call and carry the Stars & Stripes with them forever. However, today is only 24 hours long.


    At ISlide, we strive to remember the sacrifices our Veterans make on a daily basis, not taking for granted the liberties and freedoms we enjoy, both as a business and as individuals. Our rights and freedoms are only made possible through the strength and commitment of those few who serve our country. Antonio, one member of our ISlide Family, served his country in the U.S. Army, and shared his story with us.


    Please remember to take a moment out of your day to thank a veteran. Not just today, but every day. And on behalf of the entire ISlide Family, I would like to say to all those who served- THANK YOU and WE SALUTE YOU.

    Your Canvas: Green

    Your Canvas: Green

     We linked up with local student and artist, Demetri Espinosa for an epic collaboration on our newest colorway...green. 

     

    This week's featured artist is, Demetri Espinosa. A current student at Mass Art, Demetri spends a lot of his free time honing his craft. 

    In short Demetri's work is "primarily abstract. I make short, purposeful gestures, which amount to a sort of visual conflict or energy. It’s a reflection of my environment and my lived experience within it, moment to moment."

     Check out Demetri's full collection in the link below and check out what he created during his time at the Lab. 

     

    http://bit.ly/EspinosaCollection

     

    Your Canvas: Pink Release

    Your Canvas: Pink Release

    During the month of November, ISlide will be releasing a new slide every week,  as part of their “Your Canvas.” campaign. Every Friday in November you can expect something new with the final reveal of ISlide’s biggest product development to date on Black Friday. 

     

    The first featured artist is comtemporary painter, Megan Carty. She's been honing her artistic skills for 26 years through abstract creations that have been featured in publications around the country. 

    "My painting practice is the key (to) finding my place in harmony and purpose while connecting and relating with others. Making abstract floral paintings allows me to illustrate how my brain feels in coping with depression and anxiety…there are wonderful bright colorful parts and there are withered brown tangled or barren parts. It is not all black and empty; rather, cluttered and messy and a little overwhelmed! But there is plenty of beauty in my "brain bouquet" and I'm grateful for that! I’d like my art to be a symbol of triumph and hope for anyone who can relate to these challenges and remember we are not alone!"

     Check out Megan's full collection in the link below

    http://bit.ly/CartyCollection

      

    World Champions: Boston Red Sox

    World Champions: Boston Red Sox

    The Red Sox are World Champions again! After what was arguably the best season by any team ever, they rolled into the playoffs as confident as can be. But who wouldn't be when you win 108 games in 6 months. Their first playoff test was a familiar foe... the New York Yankees. Although that series was tied at one point, the Red Sox handled business on the road outscoring the men in pinstripes, 20-4 throughout two games. 

    Boston moved on to the World Series to face yet another rival, the Los Angeles Dodgers. Given the dislike between Boston and Los Angeles, tensions were high on and off the field throughout the series. The Red Sox got off to a great start in the series with a 2 game lead heading to the West Coast, but the Dodgers took Game 3 after an 18 inning, 7-hour battle. After that battle that went well into the early morning, the stage was set for an exciting final 2 (or 3) games. 
    In true Boston fashion (and what other fans have come to expect at this point) the Red Sox rallied together two inspiring performance to claim their 9th title, cementing them as the greatest Red Sox team ever and adding to the City of Champs resume. 
    Boston fans were obviously excited for yet another parade which has almost become an annual holiday but this year brought something a little....different. By different, we mean a broken trophy. Thanks to a strong toss of a bud light, the World Series Trophy being held by Brock Holt lost a few of its iconic flags. That didn't seem to stop the party though, as the Duck Boats, chants, and celebration continued to be heard throughout the city streets.