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Brooklyn 1970s

A great photographic tour of Brooklyn in the 70s.

Greenpoint Gas Mask

#tbt t-shirt. North Brooklyn has faced some of the worse pollution in the country. We designed this shirt 14 years ago to help the Greenpoint/Williamsburg Waterfront Task Force successfully fight a proposed 1,100 megawatt plant on N.12th St. in Williamsburg. The fight is not over. For more information visit

Brooklyn Polar Vortex Part 2

Dog walker

Valley Forge, Williamsburg, Brooklyn

Under the BQE in Dumbo. Typography by Stefan Sagmeister.

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Tee tuesdays - pop pige

New York’s favorite mascot in CMYK. Today only, take 20% off this tee and BK Tape Deck W. In stores and online with code: TEETUESDAY.

Works in Progress

From gigantic to tiny… Watertower pins

Window Sneak Peek

A peek inside our studio and the installation we’ve been working on coming to store windows near you soon!

Playtime at the Playland Motel - the 2014 spring preview collection

-“All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.”

This year, we’ve all made a collective resolution to play more, so what better place to have our first shoot of the year than the Playland Motel in Rockaway. The newly restored and artist-designed motel was definitely one of our top playgrounds last year, so not only did we want to shoot there, but the creativity oozing from the walls inspired our own graphic designers and artists to play with the images we photographed. It’s no coincidence that this ended up being one of the most fun campaigns we’ve worked on.

Check out the entire lookbook here.

Big Appetites for the new year.

Big Appetites for the new year.

2013: What a Year it Was

(above: Lexy Funk selfie)

Fifteen years ago, we started Brooklyn Industries in a Williamsburg factory where we happened to also live. That first winter was cold. We turned the heat off when the sewing team left at the end of the work day to save money and spun ideas on a pull-out bed wearing many layers of clothing. The path from an artist studio to factory to 17 stores and 170 BKI Industrialists has been neither easy nor straight. Our ongoing mission for 2014 is to sustain the raw creative spirit upon which we founded Brooklyn Industries. We will continue to expand domestic production and increase sustainability while infusing everything we do with creativity and fresh ideas. In 2014, we want the poetry of our motto—Live, Work, Create—to animate every design and product we make, and to equally inspire you in your life.

Happy New Year, and thank you for your support.

Lexy Funk
CEO & Co-founder

The Chromapost - 2nd edition just released

When we released the first edition of the Chromapost bag collaboration between Brooklyn Industries and Artbridge, it quickly sold out, prompting a second (and final) release of these bags. Available online or in select stores, give the Chromapost bags as a gift… or keep it for yourself ; )

The Chromapost bags are messenger bags made out of billboard material from an art installation in Dumbo, Brooklyn by artist Aleksandar Maćašev and the non-profit arts organization Artbridge. We carefully cut up Maćašev’s visual color diary into 80 limited edition messenger bags, with each bag coming with a digital print of the unique colors of the bag signed by the artist.

Let it Snow, Let it snow…

We’re always excited about the first big snow of the year. Managed to grab a shot of Judy on the deck this morning at Brooklyn Industries headquarters in our beautiful contrast black Tempest Puffer and the Snow Bunny Beanie. And Sorels also… essential for winter.

Take that 5th ave… Holiday windows Brooklyn style

For this year’s holiday windows, our window designer, Koh Tomioka channeled our 2013 holiday star, Nick, the Brooklyn Santa.