Corban Lundborg was selected for the Bunker Labs - Veterans In Residence program for the 20B cohort based out of Atlanta, Georgia.
As of June 2020, Corban Lundborg packed up COLD Studio and relocated to Atlanta, Georgia after spending three years in Los Angeles, California. The move was inspired by the need for more physical space to continue to grow the brand.
COLD Studio moves into a space in Los Angeles, California. Corban Lundborg recently settled out West with his mobile studio to set up shop for the next few years. His new studio space is in South Central, Los Angeles on the corner of Slauson and Broadway.
The new studio space is in collaboration with The Hideout, an underground arts co-op where creatives live and work together.
Corban shares his favorite 30 candid frames taken during his cross country van-tour. He picked images that he believed captured the essence of his travels and the soul of America.
Mid-winter 2016, Corban bought a 2002 Ford Econoline van and turned it into his mobile home. His new space included a bed, work desk, cameras and art supplies,
Throughout a year of van-living Corban experienced a wide variety of landscape and adventure. He spent time living in all 48 continental states enjoying the company of train-hoppers, nomads and other traveling artists. He visited galleries, co-ops and other creative spaces where he created and sold art.
Along the way Corban met his now wife - Anele Lundborg. He was traveling through North Hollywood, California where she was studying abroad from South Africa. The two started dating and ended up moving to Cape Town together, putting the van-life on hold. Corban would return and end his van- tour in Los Angeles.
Corban ended up spending roughly two-years living in the van, six-months of which was spent on the streets of South Central, L.A. while renting studio space in an art co-op. The van was later gifted to his younger brother who remodeled the old Ford and began his own adventure.