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Motion Analysis Lab Results Show Advantages of Anchorpak over Messenger Bag in Portland Press Herald

Motion Analysis Lab Results Show Advantages of Anchorpak over Messenger Bag in Portland Press Herald

http://www.pressherald.com/2016/12/15/searching-for-a-bag-that-didnt-hurt-to-wear-or-swing-while-he-cycled-to-work-a-local-artist-decides-to-design-one-and-launches-a-new-career/ Portland artist wanted better bag for cycling, launches new career Colin Sullivan-Stevens patented his Anchorpak in 2015, and got a grant to find out what makes it so comfortable and whether there's room for improvement. BY JENNIFER VAN ALLEN...

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Anchorpak Travel and Day Bag

Anchorpak Travel and Day Bag

Practical Travel Gear

The search for the perfect tote bag is almost as elusive as the search for the perfect travel backpack. I have several top contenders in my arsenal of travel totes, but without a doubt, my new Anchorpak is the most innovative.

Designed by a R.I.S.D. trained artist and designer, Anchorpak bags differentiate themselves by their structure and the way you carry them on your body.

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Old Port Magazine Interview: Colin Sullivan-Stevens

Old Port Magazine Interview: Colin Sullivan-Stevens

Old Port

From sketchbook to studio: behind the scenes with Colin Sullivan-Stevens, artist, designer, and founder of Anchorpak

Artists use their sketchbooks like writers use their journals -a place to deposit the inner churnings of their brains, where they can unload their ideas recklessly onto the page. As a journalist, I translate every thought into words, but as I flip through the intricate and wild sketchbook of Colin Sullivan-Stevens, I begin to wonder whether images can tell a more complete story. The pages are covered in tesseracts, patterns, pine trees, and scribbles—webs of pen work sprawling across the page with a logic that isn’t immediately apparent. I feel as though I’m gazing directly into his brain, where patterns proliferate and odd angles dominate.

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Nine Maine companies awarded tech grants

Portland Press Herald

Nine companies received awards totaling $107,931 from the Maine Technology Institute, which leveraged $591,128 in matching funds.

The publicly financed, nonprofit tech organization announced the awards Thursday. Among the recipients of tech start grants were:

Anchorpak of Portland, which received $4,563 and provided an equal match.

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