Sunday
May042014

Urban Fabrics

Ever since we graduated from Andrews University with our architecture degrees, my good friend Mike Weich and I have discussed working together at some point. We are happy to announce — that day has come!

We are exceptionally pleased to present to the world our brand new line of urbanism themed apparel and accessories: Urban Fabrics. We have a wide range of products based on our original designs. These designs are sometimes clever and sometimes playful; but always focused on what it means to be an urbanist.

This might seem like a trivial endeavor, and in some ways it is, but we are very excited about it’s potential to both be a successful business for ourselves and to be something that helps move the cause of crafting livable, lovable communities forward. While we appreciate a lively debate of the deep issues of urbanism, we felt there was room in the placemaking community for something a bit more lighthearted and playful. We believe that one way to bring our message of crafting livable communities to a wider audience is through fun products that celebrate urban themes in ways that might make a stranger on a street ask “what does that mean?”

So go check out our urban apparel products and, if you are interested in the backstory behind some our products, check out the Urban Fabrics blog. We are always working on new designs, so sign up for our email list or connect with us on Facebook, Twitter, or Pinterest to keep up to date. We would love to hear from you so let us know what you think.

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Love this
I enjoy it so much
Have a nice day =)

September 16, 2015 at 1:46 AM | Unregistered Commenterbaju batik

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