Design | June 2, 2023 |

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“Let the streets be a Triumph of art for everyone”

Urban.ity represents the union between the words “Urban” and “Italy“, the link between style and quality. We identify ourselves with those who use the street to communicate, with those who play hip-hop rhythms to shout their message, or with those who arm themselves with spray cans to exhibit, to confuse, to create art.

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Our ambition is to introduce products on the market that have characteristics of “exclusivity” and “uniqueness“, with the aim of becoming a reference point in the European licensing scene.

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We start with the works of Banksy, who has no identity, who is considered one of the greatest exponents of contemporary art and who has created works that have made him a global icon of street art.
Our catalogue is made up of real collectors’ items, produced under official licence and conceived by activating local production synergies, with particular attention to recycling and environmental protection issues.

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Objects for the person and the home, accessories and stationery products, including the Art Capsule Collections (lines developed with co-branding activities) dedicated to Banksy‘s iconic works, which are now part of art history. Our offer is divided into the following main categories:

Home Decor, which includes our line dedicated to wall decoration (stickers, door coverings, stencils, photomurals) and especially the new launch of stencils for decorating cakes and cappuccinos;

Drinkware, with the classic 350 ml ceramic cups and the exclusive Dual flasks, in stainless steel, capable of keeping hot for 12h and cold for 24h;

Stationery, with stone paper notebooks, but also pens, greeting cards, bookmarks, gift bags.

Travel, with the new line of air fresheners, travel mugs, lunch boxes and the iconic street bags.

more. www.urbanity.it

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