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If for any reason you wish to exchange or return your item, we will be happy to swap (subject to stock) or provide a full refund. Please be sure to return it unused and in its original packaging.
About This Product
Each colourway is limited to only 3 and will come with a signed postcard of the associated photo from the show.
When ordering, please choose your size, pay as normal and you will then be emailed to confirm which colourway you require. Remember, only 3 of each to be produced, so ACT FAST!
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INSA’s world is one where art, product, graffiti, fetishism, and desire collide.
INSA is a fine artist and designer who has established himself from a graffiti background through extensive street level work and gallery shows around the world. Throughout his career, INSA has allowed himself to explore different approaches and outlets for his artistic agenda, including designing signature collections for brands such as Kangol, Kid Robot and NIKE, as well as starting his own heel company ‘INSA HEELS’. In 2010 INSA was commissioned by TATE Britain to produce some work inspired by Chris Ofili, he produced the highly coveted ‘elephant dung heels’.
INSA’s paintings and installations are often hyper real, finely crafted creations in which sexual desire and commodity-fetishism merge and contrast. Always with a heavy sense of irony, INSA visually exaggerates the notion of objectification meets commodification with graphically depicted oversized body parts that are suspended in the controlled architectural lines of a sneaker or bold black and white graphic patterns. INSA uses these powerful patterns to play with and distort the spaces where his work is installed to entice the viewer into the ‘fantasy’; a shallow fantasy of materialistic aspiration where sexual objectification is flaunted as a symbol of wealth and success.
“INSA’s work, contrary to some at first glace, speaks to an inquisitive and informed viewership. His beautiful women flaunting oiled skin and high heels or name brand sneakers serve as modern icons and symbols of our lavish and unsustainable, even unhealthy, lifestyle. Our obsession with sex, consumerism, the female body- he uses the inherent “want” of humanity in this most modern context to show that it isn’t really about any of that. The whole game is serving up exactly what is least anticipated.
Debord’s forefather Karl Marx argued, “Fetishism is ‘the religion of sensuous appetites’ [...] the fantasy of the appetites tricks the fetish worshipper into believing that an ‘inanimate object’ will give up its natural character to gratify his desires.
This critique of contemporary consumer culture and commodity fetishism is personified throughout INSA’s works of immediacy and presence.”
- Juxtapoz Magazine
Ultra technical sports fabric with a unique cross section and micro-fibre construction providing an unequaled feel. The micro-slits on the surface cause capillary action which rapidly absorbs sweat wicking it to the outer layer whilst simultaneously allowing air to permeate the fabric and release hot air keeping the skin fresh and cool.
Full silicon gummed low bottom hem keeps the pockets in the correct position and means you always look good from the rear.
Extra security zipped rear pocket perfect for your keys, mobile, iPod or a bit of cash.
Angled outside pockets for ease of access while you ride.
Sizing InformationUse this chart to work out your ideal jersey size: take your full height and chest size (cm). Note that our jerseys tend towards the smaller for that snug racing cyclist fit. If you are unsure, contact us and we'll help you choose the perfect size.