Shepard Fairey is the man behind OBEY GIANT, the 1989 art and graphics campaign that changed the way people see art and the urban landscape. Fairey steeps his ideology and iconography in the self-empowerment of those who refuse to be manipulated by the machine of manufactured consent.
Incase for Shepard Fairey is a capsule collection of accessories for Apple device users featuring one of the world's most pre-eminent street artists. As a cultural provocateur, social critic and artist, Fairey's bold illustrations have created some of the most enduring cultural memes in modern times.
“I am one of those people who shops around looking for deals... And i still do however, in the case of rushfaster i will return. This is the second item i have purchased from rushfaster and definitely wont be the last. In both instances i have received excellent customer service and follow up. If you want to deal with a company who just "gets it right" then look no further, you're in good hands.”
“Great, fast and freindly.”
“I love the strap, it is truly authentic and a lot cheaper than the original prices in the jewellery stores.”
“Customer service was good except i understood freight would be included for a bag costing $100+ but in reality this was not the case.”
“I think the website is great and easy to navigate. Would love a function to sort items by price. The actual colour of my backpack was different to the images on the site, so making sure these are more accurate in future would help for a better experience.”
“Great! You guys live up to your name 'rushfaster' because i was totally impressed with how quick i got my package.”
“Excellent products and service.”
“In order to save confusion about the physical size of products such as wallets it would be quite good if you included an image of the product with a common item or a ruler, something to assist shoppers in assessing the size of a product. Although this information may be in the product description, many shoppers are \"image driven\" so it would be a help when selecting a product. Cheers mr b. Blamey.”