Travis Scott and i-D magazine have joined forces together for a collaborative merch capsule release. The Houston rapper celebrates making it onto the cover of their "Utopia in Dystopia" issue with well-renowned filmmaker Spike Jonze shot the cover of the magazine's issue. The veteran filmmaker added his original signature artwork to the special edition issue from the magazine. As his classic scrawled artwork also makes an appearance on the Travis Scott X i-D collaborative merch.
The capsule collection consists of two hoodies, two t-shirts, and a beanie to go along with them. The merch collection that comes covered with Jonze's reworked artwork also includes the classic i-D branding, with graphics portraying "La Flame" himself. We also see some creative drawings on the back of Travis's head and a list of the cities close to both the genre-defining Astroworld rapper and the magazine, such as Houston, Los Angeles, and London.
The "Utopia in Dystopia" issue focuses on those people, places, and strong voices that inspire the magazine, defining it as "creating our own utopia during these dystopian times." In his cover interview, Travis Scott spoke more about his experience in Fatherhood, the capsule collection collaboration, and his much-anticipated upcoming album titled "Utopia." The multi-platinum, multi-Grammy nominated rapper revealed that he is working on it for now in Mexico, saying in the interview that:
"I've been making beats again, rapping on my own beats, just putting everything together and trying to grow it, really. That's been one of the most fun things about working on this album. I'm evolving, collaborating with new people, delivering a whole new sound, a whole new range."
He also revealed that the new album would be coming out sometime this year.
The magazine issue is on stands now, along with the Travis Scott x i-D limited collection is available now on i-dstore.
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