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    Blog — your canvas

    Your Canvas Artist: Tiana Umbach

    Your Canvas Artist: Tiana Umbach

    The latest innovation to the slide game has arrived! To help launch our fur collection, we thought, who better than our very own ISlide Designer, Tiana Umbach. With possibly more slide designing experience than anyone in the world, Tiana created her very own (and the first ever on black/black fur!) Artist Collection. 



    "I'm so glad I was able to express my love for the sport in a creative way. Without gymnastics, I would be lost, and now I have a reminder of my confidence, power, and strength gave me on my feet."

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


    Your Canvas Artist: Alexandra Giasullo

    Your Canvas Artist: Alexandra Giasullo

    The latest innovation to the slide game has arrived! To launch our newest innovation, we linked up with local artist, Alexandra Giasullo, to create the first-ever collection on fur ISlides! 



    With a free spirit attitude and her favorite song, Feeling Good, in the background, Alex created a collection that "explores a balance between two extremes, suggesting that freedom and stability can coexist." 

    With full body movements and non-traditional techniques, Alex's art represents the highs and lows of self-discovery. 


    Check out Alex's full collection in the link below and check out what she created during her time at the Lab. 



    Your Canvas

    Your Canvas

    For the past 5 years, we've spent countless hours brainstorming, creating, and perfecting slides for our customers to wear. Over the years we've learned which colors should stick around year-round and which ones are most appreciated during certain times (among a few hundred other things). We even changed the game with the introduction of wave gels a few years ago..but this year we're taking it to a whole new level.

    During the month of November, we released a new slide every Friday, as part of our “Your Canvas.” campaign and with the releases of our latest color, we can assure you that next week won't be one to miss. 

    So catch up on all the artist highlights that we've already launched and get ready for the biggest change in the slide game since wave gel. 


    Megan Carty  Full Collection: http://bit.ly/CartyCollection

    Demetri Espinosa Full Collection: http://bit.ly/EspinosaCollection

    Bedelyn Dabel Full Collection: http://bit.ly/FLECollection

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



    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