Design students imagine fashionable aids to give people confidence during protests.

In a time full of political turmoil and civil unrest, it's no surprise that the ‘Product, Brand and Experience' class at the New York School of Visual Arts received the assignment to create ‘Consumer Products for Protestors.' Students Damon Ahola and Richard Clarkson took a cue from Batman's trusty utility belt to design B.Super, a set of tools that will aid any design-minded protestor.

The B.Super brand sprang from Clarkson's idea of transforming the average protestor into a superhero, hoping that the tools will “allow you to hope for the best, yet be equipped for the worst.”

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