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New Purposeful Packaging

Posted on November 11, 2013 by Amazing Capes

Every Amazing Cape will now arrive in a hand-stamped 100% cotton muslin bag!

Ideas for re-purposing your bag following the cape arrival.

1- Safe-guarding treasures

2- Fill with snackable peanuts to go with you into the forest

3- Place all of the notes that arrive via Carrier Pigeon inside

4- A good place for dominoes, marbles, special leaves and sticks

5- Make a baby pillowcase!

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Costume Re-Cape

Posted on November 03, 2013 by Amazing Capes

Congratulations to Scout of Black Mountain for winning our Halloween Costume contest! (pictured below on the right) Your brother also looks rad in his Wallenberg cape! 

 

A few other photos from this Halloween...We've got the Good S'moritan ! 

A gorgeous Fall on the right... Of note, the Amazing Capes in this photo were literally flying on Halloween day from Asheville to Austin... And as it's been discovered, there is a 50% chance you can keep your cape on through airport security!

Super Mom & Super Auggie

Rox as a Pot of Gold at the end of a Rainbow 

We heard about a great many more of you donning Amazing Capes out on the streets... Hope you all had a pretty fly time!

Until next year! 

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A Bele Chere Pop Up Store!

Posted on July 25, 2013 by Amazing Capes

 

Woohoo! It's Bele Chere weekend in Asheville, NC and we want to see your beautiful faces! Come try on a cape in our 1st Ever Pop-Up store... And of course, $2 from every cape sold benefits an amazing cause. 

There will be bubbles, floating satin, possibly some hand-made masks... and a superhero photo booth! We will be there for the majority of festival hours starting noon on Friday and will be posted up through Sunday afternoon.

Our google address is 4 Woodfin St. Asheville 

We'd love to see you there!

 

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Fun in the Sun!

Posted on June 07, 2013 by Amazing Capes

Friends of Amazing Capes at Kiawah Island in SC... Capes make everything more fun- even the beach!!




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AC Episode 5: Back in Time

Posted on April 14, 2013 by Amazing Capes

Episode 5: Back in time at El Rancho

Along Route 66 in the crossroads town of Gallup, New Mexico there is a time capsule draped in the glamour and charm of Frank Sinatra and Betty Paige, John Wayne and Lucille Ball, their visages now encapsulated in black and white silver gelatin along wall upon brick wall. Built by the brother of film director D.W. Griffith, El Rancho was the southwestern playground for A-list movie stars since 1936 through the height of the 20th century. Featuring a desert backdrop, mahogany bannisters and 3 stories of lore, the hotel now has a change of cast, but once the heavy front doors have double locked, the energy of debauchery, fame and class sneaks out to mingle upon the red carpet at night. And as this glowing playground presented itself, we too decided to sneak out upon the quiet carpets and take up our roles in this humming drama.

AC Truth 5: History has recorded many great and terrible things; from bloody battles and ethereal pyramids, to masterful strings of numbers, to an old hotel in the desert singing Etta James… And as we inevitably breathe ourselves into the future, lets take care when we can fill our lungs from the past. There is still a whole lot to love about Lucy. 




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Cherokee Nation Makes History: Reaches the Edge of Space!

Posted on March 28, 2013 by Amazing Capes

On March 8th 2013 students of Cherokee High School in North Carolina reached new heights that reflected the strength and sovereignty of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians. As far as we know, this was the first day Native Americans have ever reached the edge of space by means of launching a massive weather balloon. The balloon was attached with a special box, parachute and Go Pro cameras that rose up up and away and captured footage from the air. 

When Amazing Capes was asked to sponsor the 5 High School students who were chosen as “Cherokee Space Ambassadors" we were totally on board! Meet Gabby Thompson, Tagan Crowe, Bradley Welch, Cecilia Magana and Ryanne Oocumma- all students of Nicole Jackson’s 11th/12th grade advanced biology class with unique roles in the launch.  To reflect their school colors, the Space Ambassadors were given red Super Mandela capes prior to the launch. They calculated distances & estimated projections, readied gear and held down the corner ropes keeping the balloon steady until lift off. 

The entire school came out on the lawn and spelled their letters on the playing field- in this video link you can see dizzying footage of the ground as the balloon rises up! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8x1Ww2y1nRY 

After the weather balloon popped at the top of the stratosphere, the go pro cameras and box (that included Gabby's tribal earrings...now having reached space!) were picked up on the border of South Carolina a couple hundred miles away... at the top of a tree. The tracking team managed to climb it and footage was retrieved.

The tribe partnered with Element Advertising, featuring Art Director Christopher Sams of Asheville, to take another step forward in history & in doing so, reflect the strength of the Cherokee community, their pride in education and the new heights the nation is reaching. We are so thankful to have been able to participate in this event. Onwards and Upwards! 






See more photos on our facebook album: Cherokee Space Ambassadors  

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