Prism is super excited with our latest round of decals! As you know, we love pairing up with graphic artists from around the world to create art. This time we paired up with Kristen Frakes, the mastermind firstname.lastname@example.org to create the Desert Dream'n Collection.
💀cowboy skulls, yes please 💀
We are always hunting out cool graphic artists on IG and when we came across Kickstep's page we were super in love. Like come on, California beach hipster meets southern desert mountain with skeletons running around everywhere. You cannot get anymore of a sick vibe than that. Now maybe we are bias because our love for the west coast runs in our blood. Two of our owners are Cali/Utah bred and two got married in southern Utah (there's four owners total). So ya, we love philly, but we got a thang for that desert and beach sun. So when Kickstep agreed to work with us, we were beyond excited.
As for designing the decals, Kickstep's IG is a inspiration mecca. So all we had to do was point out our favorite IG posts and she drew up our custom designs. Four in total. The only real requirement was the cowboy skully had to be incorporated, obviously. I personally think he needs his own collection one day. Who else agrees?✋
So what's in this new collection? Well it allows you to customize your bong with desert suns, high mountain lakes, and cowboy skulls with a south west vibe. There is a decal for every piece of glass and it looks fire on all our colors. However, we would highly recommend the white, teal, mint, and clear. Our personal fav is the cowboy skully on the klein incycler and percolator. 🔥
Who is behind Kickstep Design?
"A local artist from Bellingham, WA, Kristen Frakes is the illustrator and graphic designer behind Kick Step Design. When she’s not drawing skeletons or mountain ranges, you can find her somewhere outside on a bike or board. She’s inspired by nature, borderline dangerous adventure and retro times. Kristen hand draws all pieces digitally and is heavily influenced by her surroundings and passions. She has adopted styles of 60s surf and ski culture, tropic pleasures and celestial nonsense at times. the style is an eclectic mix of randomness but you can typically identify her pieces by the retro warm tones and thin, smooth lines. While Kristen herself and the art is ever-evolving, she will always strive to create pieces that evoke a sense of stoke for life."