Does art exist? Or, is it a collective agreement of skills practiced over millennia? Where is the line drawn between revolution and unnoticed?

Up-cycling extra fabric from factories into duffle bags. Made and manufactured in house at Airblaster. Starting from scratch developing patterns, and prototypes, and then sewn in house.

Airblaster is a Portland, Oregon based snowboard company. Tasked with developing a duffle bag that would be made in-house, using owner Jesse Grandkoski’s bag for reference, a fully developed prototype was drafted from the ground up.

After making some minor changes to the prototype 20 bags were sewn in-house for Airblaster’s new Sasquatch Line of limited, up-cycled goods made in America. The process of “marking” for the twenty bags was learned, and completed. Additionally, a cost-sheet, and buy-sheet were also created.