March 19, 2013
Werkstatt Munchen interviewed by Antonioli 

Werkstatt Munchen interviewed by Antonioli 

September 7, 2012
Well I can cross that one of the bucket list… today I went to the Julius_7 Tokyo (Daikanyamachō) Flagship store. I spent around and hour and a half in sheer awe inside this small retail space.I was lucky enough to be able to photograph as much as I wanted and those pictures will come soon once I’m done editing them. I was really surprised to see they have a reissue of my grail jacket (ss09 long rider jacket) and it really hurt to have to walk away from that piece. It still being too hot in tokyo to wear such an item I figured I have a bit of time to think about such a large purchase.On the other hand I was able to see the limited edition 10th anniversary jewellery (which again was hard to part with) as well as the original, yes original, drawings for the Tatsuro Horikawa x Takeshi Obata drawings. I did end up purchasing a gorgeous ring with the Julius manifesto scrawled across the broken scrap of metal as seen in the photo above. The text reads;"We deny the insignificance of the fictional embellishment of architecture. 
We deny accept the superficial formalism of functionalism in regarde evironments. 
"The pursuit of abstract law" 
"Externalize reality" 
We seek chaos property through a variety of programs.” I’m sure I’ll be returning once the heat subsides for a proper purchase  

Well I can cross that one of the bucket list… today I went to the Julius_7 Tokyo (Daikanyamachō) Flagship store.
I spent around and hour and a half in sheer awe inside this small retail space.
I was lucky enough to be able to photograph as much as I wanted and those pictures will come soon once I’m done editing them.
I was really surprised to see they have a reissue of my grail jacket (ss09 long rider jacket) and it really hurt to have to walk away from that piece. It still being too hot in tokyo to wear such an item I figured I have a bit of time to think about such a large purchase.
On the other hand I was able to see the limited edition 10th anniversary jewellery (which again was hard to part with) as well as the original, yes original, drawings for the Tatsuro Horikawa x Takeshi Obata drawings. 
I did end up purchasing a gorgeous ring with the Julius manifesto scrawled across the broken scrap of metal as seen in the photo above.
The text reads;
"We deny the insignificance of the fictional embellishment of architecture. 

We deny accept the superficial formalism of functionalism in regarde evironments. 

"The pursuit of abstract law" 

"Externalize reality" 

We seek chaos property through a variety of programs.” 

I’m sure I’ll be returning once the heat subsides for a proper purchase  

February 25, 2012

Adal Jewellery Project by Nora Renaud via Some/Things