High Tide, working with 30 contributors, launched “A Guide to Getting by at Home”, a limited edition zine created to uplift, inspire, and delight while we’ve had to spend more time in our apartments. The zine contains 52 pages of recipes, music tips, film recommendations, and general good habits to practice and learn both during and beyond quarantine. A sneak peak inside can be found on the studio’s website and across social media.
The zine is available for purchase in both print and digital formats on the High Tide website, with all proceeds directly benefiting National Bail Out and Protect The Sacred. With a commitment to collaborating with brands and partners who operate at the centre of their community and impact culture at large, High Tide selected these organisations for their meaningful efforts helping Black and Navajo people, respectively, during COVID-19 and beyond.
About High Tide
High Tide is a multidisciplinary creative studio based in Brooklyn, NY. High Tide shapes the brands of renowned DTC companies such as Warby Parker, Resy and Lola, working with the founders pre-launch on naming, strategy and visual identity. Additionally, the studio leads global marketing campaigns for multinational brands including Nike and Mercedes-Benz.
About National Bail Out
National Bail Out is a Black-led and Black-centered collective of abolitionist organizers, lawyers and activists building a community-based movement to support ongoing bail reform, end systems of pretrial detention and ultimately mass incarceration. Committed to providing fellowship, employment opportunity and leadership development, National Bail Out advocates for all who have experienced incarceration — female, queer, trans, young, elder, and immigrant.
About Protect The Sacred
Protect the Sacred is a grassroots initiative to educate and empower Navajo youth and young people throughout Indian Country to rise up as the next generation of leaders in protecting elders, native languages, medicine ways, and cultures. Protect the Sacred started as an emergency response to the growing crisis in the Navajo Nation from COVID-19.