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Find Your Path Apple Watch Band

Sale price$21.00 Regular price$29.00

“Find Your Path” from artist Jag Nagra, reminds you to stay true to yourself, find your purpose, and your people! This abstract re-imagination of Jag’s home in Vancouver creates a fun mosaic that adds vibrant pops of color to your wrist.

Made from premium silicone, these Projects Bands are durable and strong, yet surprisingly soft. A pin-and-tuck closure ensures a clean fit and optimum comfort.

These bands are exclusively for Apple Watch Wearers. If you’re looking for a new band for your Projects Watch, please browse options here.

Find Your Path Apple Watch Band - Projects Watches
Find Your Path Apple Watch Band Sale price$21.00 Regular price$29.00

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Jag Nagra

About the Creator

Jag Nagra

Jag Nagra is a queer visual artist who is passionate about community development and ending the stigma against LGBTQ+ people within the South Asian community. She focuses her art practice on concepts that depict a sense of confidence and fearlessness—she unapologetically celebrates darker skin tones and South Asian garments and motifs.

She has collaborated with organizations such as the Vancouver Canucks to make art for their very first Diwali jerseys which gained international attention and has had numerous public artworks on display throughout Metro-Vancouver that honour her heritage. Her artworks have been acquired by the Museum of Vancouver for their permanent collection.

Through art, she has found her voice and a new appreciation for her culture and identity.