Paul wearing Bebop's IGAAKS just before sending multiple units to Paramount Pictures' Prop Dept.

Paul Celmer is a Durham based fashion designer who enjoys looking at old things from a new angle.  He has been experimenting with various IGAAKS prototypes for over five years.  Paul says that "making the order for Paramount Pictures' prop department to be used in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2 movie awhile back was exciting.  The new film's release seems perfectly timed with our KS campaign to increase our production capacity for a world wide audience."  The film opens worldwide June 3, 2016.  You can back the Kickstarter for IGAAKS identical to Bebop's.

IGAAKS - See what you need to see.

IGAAKS are stainless steel or brass visors bringing a modern fashion update to ancient Inuit hunters' sun and snow visors. The durable one-piece body conceals your gaze direction, while the narrow slits limit glare and allow you to see true colors even in low light situations, unlike sunglasses. Ancient Inuit hunters used similar visors in the snow covered arctic.

What Folks are Saying

IGAAKS have been used by professional photographers, models, professional poker and game players, DJs, musicians, artists in every medium, including in the Communal Effort known as Burning Man, and purchased as key props or costume elements for television and major film studios, including for use in a new feature film to be released in theaters across the globe early this summer. IGAAKS, all the movie-star poses of sunglasses, but cooler.  See what fine DJ and 2016 award winning musician JANXX says about the new DJ Model.

"I see well. The glasses are niiiiice!"- a recent tweet from Gary A. Williams, professional actor who plays Bebop in the upcoming Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2 movie

“Love my Igaaks” Ulorin Vex, professional model

“Loved using your amazing visors in the photo shoot.” Allan Amato, professional photographer

“Thanks for coming thru Paul – they look great and they’re easy to see thru!” James Hannon, author of the book: Lost Boys of the Bronx: The Oral History of the Ducky Boys Gang

“We wear them at all of our shows” Greg Harrison, percussionist of the Electonica music duo bEQUALSd - Exaggerhythm

Paul Celmer