Scribbler was featured in the Apparel Magazine in May 2020. We forgot to put it in our blog, so here we go: https://apparelmagazine.co.nz/blog/there-is-no-such-thing-as-bad-weather/ Here is what they had to say about us: Scribbler Gear is founded by Camila Dixon and is based now in Auckland. Since her move from South Africa to New Zealand in 2016, she has been mesmerised by the beautiful New Zealand sceneries that were just waiting to be explored. However, as most Aucklander’s know, the constant rain that seemed to be forever interrupting her explorations, became frustrating. Dixon lives by the quote “There is no such...
Laura from Canada (now living in Auckland, New Zealand) tells us why she loves her Scribbler fleece coat so much! Watch to the end to see how Laura decides to put her Scribbler to the test! Laura has one of our fleece bonded waterproof coats - the Selva.
In this blog post we answer some of your burning questions around caring for your new (or old!) Scribbler waterproof rain jacket, like:
- Can I wash my waterproof rain jacket?
- Should I wash my waterproof rain jacket?
- How do I wash my raincoat?
- Can I reactivate the waterproof level of my rain jacket?
- Why is my rain jacket 'wetting through'?
Mich Texturas is a Mexican illustrator and graphic artist who has been passionate about drawing since she can remember. She is the talented artist who Scribbler collaborated with to create the gorgeous Kereru & Co. print for our kids waterproof rain jacket collection. When she was a little girl she was inspired to draw by the books in her family home - books about crafts and fairy tales, books that featured pre-Hispanic iconography and history as well as books on science and encyclopaedias. She was a huge fan of cartoons (who wasn't!) and drew at every chance that she could...
Resoborg is the internationally acclaimed muralist and artist that Scribbler collaborated with to create one of our newest prints for our lightweight kids waterproof rain jacket collection - the Tuatara. And yes, you saw that correctly - that is a tuatara on a skateboard! Skateboarding, it turns out, was the spring board (pun intended!) for Resoborg's career into art. Born and bred in Durban, South Africa, Resoborg puts his start in art down to his first attempts at joining the 'cool kids' with their pro-skateboards and flash graphics, by drawing and painting on blank skateboard decks himself: "I did not...