Archive for the ‘Cap’ Category

Product Review via goodsr.us

Monday, August 7th, 2017

We sent a lil package to Tim over at goodsr.us. Check out what he had to say right here.

6 Panel Snapback Cap ‘We Love Ugly’ Beige – Review

Thursday, August 3rd, 2017

“Needless to say that these graphics with an ancient vibe create a slick contrast to the modern shape of the cap.”

Review of our 6 Panel Snapback Cap ‘We Love Ugly’ Beige via The Maxiemillion. Link: http://bit.ly/2w57kQ1

 

6 Panel Snapback Cap ‘Yeemp’ Rost – Review

Wednesday, July 19th, 2017



Feature of our 6 Panel Snapback Cap ‘Yeemp’ Rost via The Maxiemillion.

“Trucker Caps Are Officially Back…”

Sunday, July 16th, 2017

As one of the leading trucker cap brands, they’ve never left our online shop. We’ve got you covered! Check out our online selection: http://bit.ly/2unkUjV.

Snapchat Giveaway

Tuesday, April 18th, 2017

 

Winning! On the occasion of us joining Snapchat recently, we are giving away a cap of your choice from our online shop to three lucky followers!

More info on how to win will follow on our Snapchat. So stay up to date and feel free to get involved, add and snap us via „djinnsofficial“ or use the snapcode above!

DJINN’S X DIFFERANTLY

Monday, March 20th, 2017

For our newest artist collab project we connected with French/German creative duo DFT in order to create a new version of the Easy Run sneaker and a snapback cap. All products are available now on our online shop and via selected retailers.

Words from the artists:

“With our distinctive unbroken line style, we employ highly refined drawing techniques to depict familiar mass-produced objects, as well as elements of the living world, thus exploring concepts such as continuity, identity and mortality. The core of our work consists in playing with lines and deconstructing complex imagery into minimalist two dimensional art, blurring boundaries between realism and reinterpretation.

For our collaboration with DJINN’S we wanted to keep faithful to our minimalist yet playful style. We opted for sober elegant colors and created a bit of an absurd pattern referring to a weapon threesome (including a mighty banana) and we reinterpreted DJINN’S logo in one single line. That was a blast.” – DFT

Video credits:

Video production: OH MY
Music: Goldroger / Dienst&Schulter

 

DJINNS Design Contest

Friday, May 13th, 2016

Calling all artists… We will be having our first Instagram based design contest. Anyone can enter and the rules are quite easy.

You may be creative and use any style of media when submitting your work (Draw/Doodle/Pattern/Paint/Collage/Computer – color or black and white).

Make sure to use the hashtag #djinnsdesigncontest and mention @djinns_official so we can see your creations. You have
from May 13th to June 17th 2016 to submit your entry, please a maximum of 3 entries per person. We will be checking the incoming submissions on a daily basis and selected entries will be shared via our social media channels.

The winning design will be used on one of our caps and will be featured in one of our upcoming collections with full credit. Furthermore the winner will receive 100€ and a royalty payment for each sold cap.

By submitting the design, the winner of this contest allows and gives us (DJINNS) the right to use their image and therefore that image becomes property of DJINNS.

Help us spread the word about this and feel free to pass this along to any art/design friends that might be interested. Thanks!

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DJINNS X KID ACNE

Monday, February 22nd, 2016

For our newest collaboration project, we got together with UK based artist, illustrator, print-maker and sometimes MC, Kid Acne. The collab consists of a skate deck, a shirt, sneakers, a 5 panel cap and a 6 panel cap which is available now on our online shop.

Shop link: bit.ly/1WDaLUq

His formative years were spent painting graffiti, making fanzines and releasing DIY punk/hip-hop records. During this period he began to craft and develop his own inimitable style.

In the late 90’s his work was first published in the now seminal Scrawl tome, which documented the conversion of counter culture illustration, skateboard graphics and left-field graffiti – preempting what are now widely recognized as ‘Street Art’ aesthetics.

At the turn of the millennium, his work began to appear as the backdrop for major UK club nights and in style magazines throughout Europe, as well as customizing everything from record sleeves to skateboards and knitwear.

In recent years his illustrations have adorned products for leading brands such as Kenzo, Prada and Elle, whilst his art can be seen throughout the globe, in wheat-pastes, murals and gallery shows from Beijing to Azerbaijan – most notably his first comprehensive retrospective held at Museums Sheffield in 2011, which attracted over 50,000 people.

Words from the artist himself:

“For the past 10 years or more, my artwork has largely revolved around a series of enigmatic female warriors, known as Stabby Women. My original intention was to present an alternative to the existing pop-culture references I saw in Street Art and Graffiti and create my own world of characters as oppose to sampling from existing cartoons and comics. Initially, I painted these characters on abandoned buildings as if they were ghosts, coming back to haunt or protect forgotten places. Over time, this evolved into my illustration work and as I became more interested in Fantasy Art, world mythology and alternate history, I began building ideas for their belief system, architecture, rituals and so on. Over the years I have wheat-pasted hundreds of Stabby Women in cities across the world. For me, they still present an alternative, hiding in doorways and on boarded up shops amongst the hustle and bustle.

Many of the Stabby Women wear animal inspired costumes and headdresses, I imagine them as a shaman or theanthropos from an unknown matriarch society.

For my collaboration with DJINNS I have taken repeated elements from the Stabby Women’s costumes, such as fur, feathers, scales and hair to create patterns and textures, which I thought would work successfully for the products. I’ve really enjoyed the collaboration, especially as we’ve stripped everything back to raw, black and white line work. I think it’s a strong look.”

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DJINNS X OLSON & HEKMATI COLLABO PREMIERE

Tuesday, September 1st, 2015

We partnered with the OLSON & HEKMATI crew to create a collabo collection featuring a longboard, vulcanized sneakers with leather upper and abrasion-proof soles and different cap models with the focus on ideal skateability and with your longboarding needs in mind. Since 2006 OLSON & HEKMATI builds high-quality, hand-crafted boards in their small Mainz based longboard manufacture. OLSON & HEKMATI nowadays is one of the most famous and most popular longboard brands within Germany and belongs to one of the biggest German producers. Available via both, the DJINNS and OLSON & HEKMATI online shops as well as selected retailers.

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DJINNS x BURGERAMT Collabo Snapback

Tuesday, August 18th, 2015

Can you smell what we are cooking? We got together with popular Berlin based burger institution BURGERAMT to create this six-panel snapback. Now available via Burgeramt’s online shop!

 

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