JAN GRARUP & FUHRHIDE
JAN GRARUP & FUHRHIDE
A BAG FOR LIFE
Together with one of the best photographers in the world - Jan Grarup - we at FUHRHIDE has developed the last bag you will never need.
A versatile bag that doesn’t only have the purpose for the stereo camera enthusiast, but also fits the everyday traveller.
We haven’t included fancy electronics like power banks and others tech features – because it’s just a F…. bag. A bag that suits the style and need of Jan Graup. A bag that can handle the stress, the wear and tear of all situations and a bag that’s just a bag….
Spending time with Jan Grarup and listening to his needs and stories of his work has let us to the designs. A co-design and joint development came to life and we are extremely proud of presenting the first designs up for presales.
A main compartment with detachable dividers, so you can create the space you need. The second compartment with wide zipper opening offers easy access to your valuables. As an extra convenience, we have added pockets for chargers etc.
A shoulder cross over bag – perfect for the most needed on the go. A main compartment inside, along with a laptop pocket that fits your 13’’ laptop.
Zipper pocket for extra safety inside and outside.
The 6 add on designs are custom made to fit the need of Jan Grarup – use it as you will, it's just an option!
Every accessory covers a need when Jan Grarup are in the field – how you use it…..your choice, that options are endless.
- Travel bag
- Shoulder crossover bag
- Waist belt with 6 add ons.
NO BULLSHIT - JUST THE ULTIMATE SET!
Grarup’s work reflects his belief in photojournalism’s role as an instrument of witness and memory to incite change, and the necessity of telling the stories of people who are rendered powerless to tell their own.
His images of the Rwandan and Darfur genocides provide incontrovertible evidence of unthinkable human brutality, in the hope that such events will never happen or be allowed to happen again. His work, The Boys from Ramallah and The Boys from Hebron, covers both sides of the Intifada expressed through the lives of children coming of age amidst the violence. Grarup’s work takes the viewer to the limits of human despair, dignity, suffering and hope. His images are relevant to us all, because they form a chronicle of the time in which we live, but at times do not dare to recognize.
Grarup has been honored with many of the most prestigious awards from the photography industry and human rights organizations,
including: Eight World Press Photo awards, UNICEF, W. Eugene Smith Foundation for Humanistic Photography, Oskar Barnack award, POYi and NPPA. In 2005, he was awarded with a Visa d’Or at the Visa Pour l’Image photo festival in France, for his coverage of Darfur’s refugee crisis.