ARTattack Studios Unveils Apparel Line for Cleveland Pride 2018


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With June just around the corner, there's no better time to get ready for the Pride in the CLE Festival by sporting a new look from ARTattack Studios' 'PRIDE in The Land' apparel series.

Composed of local photographer Roy Coffey and designer/artist Jereme Nogueras, ARTattack Studios is a Cleveland based graphic design, advertising, fine art & photography studio.

The line of apparel includes designs featuring a rainbow Terminal Tower, The Hope Memorial Bridge Guardians, rainbow beach towels, rainbow CLE font, apparel in honor of The Stonewall Inn, Cavalier inspired gear and Cleveland themed YASSSSSSS tops.

"Being an LGBTQ group of artists, we had been previously involved both in taking photos and creating logos/graphics for a few of Cleveland Pride's previous Festivals," ARTattack told Scene. "If anything we've learned from being involved in Pride during those years it is how important it is to the LGBTQ community- not just as an event but what it represents."

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Venturing into event specific design work is a risk, but ARTattack Studios was up for the challenge.

"We have been talking for about a year and a half about moving into a new venture of apparel and art events and thought, what better way to test this new model out than for our own community?" they said.

Just like wearing a shirt in honor of your favorite band or baseball team, wearing a Pride shirt sends a message to the world about who you are, but also that no one is alone. 

ARTattack Studios has also created gear for Columbus Pride, but their PRIDE in The Land series is their flagship design release. You can purchase any of their designs by clicking here. The Pride in the CLE event, as Cleveland's singular Pride event will be known now, runs May 31 through June 3, with the big downtown celebration and parade hitting June 2.

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