• August 9, 2020

Pax Labs announces collaboration with art collective K-HOLE

Pax Labs, a vaporization technology company, has partnered with trend forecasting group K-HOLE for the release of a special-edition vapor device. The company debuted this collaboration and the K-HOLE Limited Edition PAX 2 devices at Art Basel in Miami, Florida, USA, on Dec. 4.

Founded in 2010 by Gregory Fong, Sean Monahan, Emily Segal, Chris Sherron and Dena Yago, K-HOLE is a group of New York-based artists, designers, brand strategists and writers famous for addressing how brand and consumer experiences are constructed and exploring the plausible limits of corporate and consumer strategy.

The Pax/K-HOLE collaboration will be limited to 10 hand-customized devices and will incorporate the famous K-HOLE touch, according to the Pax Labs. Each Pax 2 device is signed with the K-HOLE insignia using a diamond drag engraver and is individually numbered for authenticity. The devices are hand-buffered and polished, and have an MSRP of $1,000.

“We are proud to collaborate with such an innovative group of individuals,” said Pax Labs CMO Richard Mumby. “K-HOLE is a fantastic example of creatives and trendsetters. I’m excited for PAX’s innovative brand to be articulated through K-HOLE’s creative perspective.”

The K-HOLE Limited Edition PAX 2, as well as the limited-edition Gold PAX 2 and the charcoal and platinum Pax 2 devices, are available for purchase at designer fashion boutique Atrium, in Miami Beach, Florida. Pax 2 devices are also available at select fine retailers in the U.S., Canada, Germany and England, as well as at PAXvapor.com.