Background

Sometimes it takes an update keep your brand image fresh in the consumers eye. Create a powerful and consistent brand message for Arson, a major player in a diverse global action sport market. Our goal was to extract the very essence of the “activist spirit” fundamental to support the self-expressive personality in sport or daily life. Additionally, develop a visual anchor to support the brand story.


 

Vision

Arson Apparel. A deep-rooted action sport outerwear company from Vancouver, Canada. Arson stands as a partner by delivering protection from the natural elements so you can focus on creativity through self-expression. Arson supports those who follow their passion threw self-expression. Arson Element Protection


 

Concept Solution

Whether it’s riding mountains or waves, concrete or wood, traveling the globe, playing music or simply creating. Arson explores and challenges the natural elements. Arson’s only passion is to support the “activist spirit” through self-expression.

Arson Apparel. A deep-rooted action sport outerwear company from Vancouver, Canada. Arson stands as a partner by delivering protection from the natural elements so you can focus on creativity through self-expression. Arson supports those who follow their passion threw self-expression. Arson Element Protection

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