Arcade, a brand founded on the belief that “belts can be designed to function better, last longer and be more comfortable,” introduced its Artist Series, featuring the works of Hannah Eddy and Vernan Kee.

Eddy has been a whimsical creator and skateboarder since childhood and weaves inspiration from her adventures into each colorful sketch to “spread good vibes through art.” Her series of Arcade belts bring to life “dreamy landscapes, meditating mountains and happy clouds,” representing the message of positivity and belonging.” Eddy’s designs are available in three belts in slim and regular sizing, including Let LooseDeep Thoughts and Wave Hello.

Kee was born and raised without commercial influences centered on land and family. Following his time in the military, art and the outdoors provided him with a path to healing. His designs resonate with “sharp, geometric edges of traditional Navajo rugs that echo the stark landscape of his home.” Kee’s designs are available in two belts in slim and regular sizing, including Ironwood and Creosote.

Arcade’s performance stretch belts are made with Repreve, post-consumer recycled performance yarn. Arcade’s Repreve webbing is tested extensively for performance and durability with less environmental impact.

Photo courtesy Arcade Belts