While doing the beach shoot #TEFkidsSPECIAL, we naturally needed to look dashing ourselves (and protect our eyes). And whats cooler then these block titanium frame designs by Blackfin.
Blackfin – Oster Bay
Sander is wearing model “Oyster Bay“, a fully titanium frame that has its front produced from a single piece of titanium and super flexible Beta Titanium temples:
Blackfin – Arc
I am wearing their model “ARC“. A structural support element, lends an original connotation to this frame, as the name “Arc” implies. But the arch can also be seen as the span of a bridge, in this case embracing the lenses and enclosing them in a single piece of metal. With its front in pure titanium and patented Swordfish beta-titanium temples, and its uber cool design, it is no wonder this design won the prestigious Silmo D’or award last year.
Different from anyone else, equal only to themselves.
There are those who follow the paths traced by others and those who break new ground. Blackfin could have met the future together with the others, but they decided to build one of their own: where it is not important to stand out, but to be truly oneself. The designers at Blackfin are well aware who and what they are: daring visionaries who want to stay in the front row, because they do not want anybody else to make decisions for them.
Blackfin: the essential tool to explore new styles.
You just could not get it up to now: Blackfin is the quintessence of uniqueness. An eyewear entirely designed and built by us, far from any stereotype and designed to enhance the personality of its wearer: starting from the surface treatment, the utmost attention paid to the finishing, up to the temples which are adaptable to every face. Eyewear for those who are not familiar with the word banality, but who wish to explore the paths of the soul and the world. And who therefore do not need normal goods, but merely tools: highly individualised, with high performances, capable of encompassing technical skill and artistic vocation. Truly inimitable items, that is. Made of titanium: to combine strength, lightness and flexibility.
Models: Maarten Weidema & Sander de Mooij
Photographer: Jeroen Zorgdrager Fotografie