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406, 2015

Sound equipment bag

What happens when you have a pile of boxes full of new sound equipment? Well first you take it out, but then you need to put it somewhere to keep it safe.

And when you need to use it, you need something to carry it around, something that is not a pile of boxes. Sounds like a custom […]

2805, 2015

Camera stand bag

Sewfu has now one more great bag- Camera stand bag

bag has 5 mm thick foam all around to protect  and 1100 denier fabric as a shell and also as lining. Strong lining fabric makes the bag more resistant to wear and tear. Also the top and bottom end have double layer of shell fabric to […]

2204, 2015

Camera equipment bag with removable pockets

Sewfu has had some busy times since opening. Out latest project has just ended and offered a lot of great experiences for the team. We had a task of putting a list of different equipment, used during a video shooting all in to one bag. Most of the gadgets were quite fragile and needed soft […]

1204, 2015

Time before Sewfu- lots of other great bags

During My cooperation with BFM, we had many different cases of “problems” to be solved. They had a lot of equipment that needed some covers and protection.

Bags had 2 main purposes: 1. to protect equipment and make the storage  and carrying to the set easier. 2. was to make the items easily recognizable.  Bags started to […]

204, 2015

Made to measure- Aircraft hand-luggage

One of my friends once told me that she needed to fly abroad, but did not find a good travel-bag to fit her laptop and clothes.  All the bags she saw in shops were in wrong size or too heavy. Plus she liked the idea of designing her own luggage. starting from outer measures and […]

2103, 2015

Time before Sewfu- Saddle sandbag

 

The first product that the creator of Sewfu, Signe, faced with was a “saddle sandbag” and it was ordered by BFM (Baltic Film and Media School) which later became a very good partner in terms of product development and feedback.

Sandbags are commonly used on photo and movie sets as weight to prevent tripods and other equipment from falling over. […]