Rapper Jake Supreme employed InTheRough to photograph his fan T-shirt. ITR supplied the artist with a 12-photo lookbook shot in a demolished structure and around Pittsburgh's South and East side neighborhoods. Each look stands independent from the entire collection so Jake can use them for advertising ventures. Images from the shoot are available under Visuals.
Kamili was a sustainable art exhibition by Amani Davis and Hannibal Hopson that offered commentary on Pittsburgh neighborhoods. It recognized changing city landscapes as a constant, but placed value on remembering the communities that raised us. Explore the exhibit here.
Photographer Neely Wood documents her life obsessively through Instagram. She opens up about the moments captured in her posts in an interview along with accompanying visuals here.
InTheRough talked to musician Cautious Clay about his production, DJ act, and Washington D.C. environment. The interview was a four part series featured here.
This holiday card was created by InTheRough members for friends and family, distributed on December 25, 2014 for the night's festivities. The back of the card includes a personal message to our loved ones.
The InTheRough sticker was inspired by an advertising initiative to promote ITR social media channels. It also happened to be, along with the ITR palm card, the first tangible thing we created.
The InTheRough palm calm card was inspired by an advertising initiative to promote ITR social media channels. It also happened to be, along with the ITR sticker, the first tangible thing we created.