Questions? Thoughts? Post them in itsablur’s “What Once Was Lost, Now is Found(er’s): A Video Review of the Founder’s Briefcase” thread in our Forums. See also: the Founder’s Briefcase
Questions? Thoughts? Post them in itsablur’s “A Tale of Two Aeronauts (or my Video Review of the A30, compared to the A45)” thread.
(Thanks to @monkd for letting us share this awesome video.)
See also Dan’s watercolors of our bags: Sketches from Japan, Yarn Stuff Sack, the Cadet, Aeronaut, Sketches from Italy, Sketches from Nambodea, and, though not a sketch, it’s definitely worth checking out Dan’s creative use for a Yarn Stuff Sack…
One of our goals for 2013 was to show you more about how our bags work in real life situations and give you a behind the scenes look at our company. The best way we could think of to do that was through videos, mostly working with the fine folks at SHEP. (Some videos we made in-house — Kieu’s Mad Bartacking Skills and Packing the Smart Alec Backpack for a Hike, amongst others — expect more of those later this year.)
The talented Daniel L.K. Caldwell scored the music for each video and you noticed — without fail, just about every video debut prompted the question: “Wow, who composed the music?”
Daniel’s made a compilation of the music he scored for each of our videos and you can download it here. Pretty awesome, yeah?
And the videos, if you’d like to see them (again):
Materials Testing TOM BIHN Style
Innovation in Fabrics
One Week in Montreal
How to tie cord zipper pulls
Adjusting the Internal Frame in The Guide’s Pack
The Guide’s Pack and Founder’s Briefcase
Synapse 25, Ristretto, Swift
Three Trips with the Aeronaut
Two Weeks in Japan Part I and Part II
Amy Singer, Knitty.com, and The Swift
The Smart Alec
Tom on Design
The Tri-Star Travel Bag
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