What is Rebel Mind Collective?


"BRIGHT MINDS IN DARK SOULS."

"Rebel Mind Collective" is an Italian creative studio founded by Alberto Bocca, a professional photographer and designer. The studio is an evolution of the previous Alberto creature, best known as Rebel Mind Tee Shirt & Wearing, a more mature and technical project. In fact now, he wants to offer all of you his experience as creative mind in order to help setting up your brand, a simple logo or just a graphic for your shirts and not only sell his own designs printed.
The Rebel Mind Co. journey was so started a long while ago, in the late 2012 and it's not over, always reaching new goals and set new milestones, trying to offer you a better experience with us.

"WHO IS ALBERTO BOCCA?"
Alberto is an Italian professional photographer and retoucher, currently based in Vigevano, nearby Milan, where he was born in the August of 1991. He is always looking forward to set new goals and object in his and often traveling further afield for work or to simply join new adventures and new experiences.
Due to his great passion for street culture, tattoos and design he decided to found not only his own urban brand and studio, formerly called "Rebel Mind Tee Shirt and Wearing", now "Rebel Mind Collective", but a street web-zine named "Mistral" too.
"I always think that anyone should not stop evolving and improving him/herself because you could find awesome new chances to learning something new. So, I believe in the power of the insane dreamers and their project."

Facebook: Alberto Bocca
Instagram: italianwanderer

"He had come a long way to this blue lawn, and his dream must have seemed so close that he could hardly fail to grasp it. He didn't know that it was already behind him, somewhere back in that vast obscurity beyond the city, where the dark fields of the Repubblic rolled on under the night. Gatsby believed in the green light, the orgastic future that year by year recedes before us. It eludes us then, but that's no matter, tomorrow we will run faster, stretch our arms farther... And one fine morning..."
The Great Gatsby.