THM MACROSHOTS N24
[COTE&CIEL Isar & Ashokan]
THM MACROSHOTS N24
[COTE&CIEL Isar & Ashokan]
We were always fascinated by the beauty of different textiles. When you see such a detailed picture of the structure of some amazing fabric, you can definitely understand the whole world of exploration and development behind its creation. And you are just mesmerized by the beauty of it. So we started our THM MACROSHOTS editorial series, where we explore the complexity, depth, and beauty of different fabrics, textiles, materials, and hardware through the macro lens.

Our new macro-editorial exploring the details of the Isar and Ashokan backpacks from Cote&Ciel. The architectural forms of Isar combine the unique beauty of lines, without compromising on comfort and functionality. This version is made of EcoYarn material – a wear-resistant recycled black polyester of eco-friendly production with a water-repellent coating, complemented by a gray interior finish and mate black metal elements. The interior of the M-size includes a large compartment for a 15-inch laptop and several additional ones.
The multifunctional Ashokan transformer can have several carrying configurations. 2 main compartments: the rear with the ability to carry devices up to 10.2 inches and the front with an adjustable volume. The built-in top zippered pocket, from which a waterproof hood is available, as well as waist belts with built-in pockets for a phone, wallet, or keys, are detachable and allow you to carry the backpack without additional elements. A belt with pockets can be used as a separate waist bag. The backpack is made of water-resistant ballistic nylon – a wear-resistant special fabric originally developed for military use. A unique and ideal option for urban commuting.

Here is our new THM Macroshot editorial, exploring this amazing collection.
Shot on Fuji GFX 100S + 120 mm macro.
Shot on Fuji XH-1 + 80 mm macro and Fuji GFX 100S + 120 mm macro.
Produced by TECHUNTER Media.
Ph: Ivan Dzhatiev [THM].

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