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Featured Artist January 2015 Larissa Fatseas

This month's featured artist collection was designed by Larissa Fatseas, a graphic designer based in New York, NY.Larissa's career began in Brisbane, Australia a little over 5 years ago. During this time she has acquired an impressive portfolio of work and designed for a number of internationally renown studios including; Clinique Laboratories, Kiehl's, Lotta Jansdotter, & Tommy Hilfiger.Larissa seeks inspiration from all facets of life, travel, food & music just to name a few! See more of her work at www.http://www.noteboxstudio.com. See Larissa's collection here!

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October Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Breast cancer is a very common form of cancer, one that has roughly a quarter of a million new diagnoses each year. Every year PRiNK is proud to support awareness and offer merchandise with a purpose. This year is more special than ever as October marks the final chemotherapy treatment for Lynda Staples, board member and mother of founder Garrett Staples. Having battled breast cancer for over a year, Lynda is now in remission only because of modern technology and a regularly scheduled mammogram.  Why is the Pacific Yew tree so important to us at PRiNK Technologies? This incredible tree has saved countless lives of cancer patients around the world. Taxol is the chemotherapy drug made from the bark of the...

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June Featured Artist: Rithy Bein

Rithy Bein is a Civil Engineer by profession but utilizes his design skills in many forms.  Whether its designing a bridge structure, stitching arcuates in denim, or hand printing graphics on textiles, he manages to put his heart and history into every detail.  In recent years he founded the streetwear brand Yo! Louis but has since evolved into cut and sew for custom men's work wear. Click here for his collection.

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May Featured Artist: Shaka Chambord

Artist/Designer Shaka Chambord is a native NYer currently based out of Portland, Or.  Traditionally trained in cut and sew, he attended the Fashion Institute of Technology in NYC. Shaka's aesthetic focus is on symbolism to communicate and exchange ideas through his craft. His childhood was a migratory exodus to and fro. Experiential and full. With a hunger to connect, these pursuits have opened opportunities to work with larger Brands, Athletes and Musicians alike.    Check out Shaka's Collection here!   

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