i was raised on the internet;
Museum of Contemporary ArtChicago
As a part of LEAN ARTIST, the world's first seed accelerator for artists, STRAPP was created in Fall 2017 as a hybrid performance / product design experiment under the guidance of Jeremy Bailey and an international team of mentors. Displayed at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago alongside three other companies (TRAP HOUSE CHICAGO, CLUMZY, and DIASPORAX) its presence in the 2018 exhbition I Was Raised On The Internet, helps provide context within the digital narrative for how businesses are developing in the shadow of technology.
STRAPP's first products, the Cruise (black) and the Crush (camel) are dildoe harnesses create to initiate a step forward for queer sexuality, positing that there should and can be more options on the market that better support the LGBTQIA+ community's needs. STRAPP takes pleasure seriously and is here to support generation of individuals seeking confidence and comfort without compromise. Our mission is to re-design and re-imagine pleasure products for an affirming experience. Our products always feature gender and shape affirming design with carefully planned details for easy, stylish, modern love.