What occurs if you cross Columbas Tubing, a 103-year-old metal tubing producer, and the long-lasting design and font foundry, Home Industries? You get a extremely cool collaboration that produces the Tubography Assortment: a biking package assortment that features bibs, jerseys, gloves, socks, a winter jacket, vest, caps, t-shirts, and even bottles. All of it’s tremendous matchy, matchy too.
The colours are placing and vibrant, and the pricing is affordable as effectively.
Home Industries took inspiration from the precise shapes of the Columbus metal tubes themselves, in addition to a few of the non-bicycle-ly issues (like furnishings) that Columbus has been part of for the final 100+ years to create a completely completely different font for the Columbus emblem.
They then deconstructed the brand new emblem to create the sample used within the assortment’s design. So mainly, all the completely different patterns you see within the assortment are completely different letters from the brand new Columbus emblem… fairly sick.
You might be accustomed to Columbus and their iconic “Dove” emblem. So let’s shine just a little mild on Home Industries.
Based in 1993 by Andy Cruz, Home Industries is a font foundry and design studio. In keeping with their web site, they’ve performed work for Jimmy Kimmel, Hermès, Lego, Ed Roth, Muji, Heath Ceramics, The Eames Workplace and The New Yorker.
The factor they are saying they’re identified for is utilizing their eclectic model to “create identities that turn into indelibly linked to their topic.”
Home Industries’ work is within the everlasting collections of the Smithsonian’s Cooper-Hewitt Nationwide Design Museum and The Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation.
Columbus says they’re a “long-time pal of Home, sharing mutual attitudes and passions for creativity, innovation, and biking, and is extraordinarily proud to current you this primary collaboration!”
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