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CLARKS DESERT BOOT: UNNECESSARILY HANDSOME

By On May 10, 2015

Clarks Desert Boot. UK, 1950 “Everybody haffi ask weh mi get mi Clarks. Di leather hard, di suede soft, toothbrush get out di dust fast” Few brands are desirable enough to earn… Read More

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COCA-COLA: A CENTURY OF CONTOUR

By On March 20, 2015

Coca-Cola Contour Bottle. USA, 1915 “We need a new bottle design which a person will recognise as a Coca-Cola bottle even if he feels it in the dark. The bottle should be… Read More

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LONGCHAMP: GALLOPING TO GLORY

By On January 20, 2015

Longchamp Le Pliage. France, 1993 Jeremy Scott may well have been guilty of understatement for the first time in his life when he gave his opinion on Longchamp’s Le Pliage bag for… Read More

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MONTBLANC: THE ART OF WRITING

By On August 28, 2014

Montblanc Meisterstück 149. Germany, 1952 Ask anyone if they know any German words and you might hear it named. Words like Autobahn, Zeitgeist or Vorsprung durch Technik might get more mention, but if you… Read More

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SIGG: GENIUS IN A BOTTLE

By On April 19, 2014

SIGG Traveller Water Bottle. Switzerland, 1978 Food, clothing, shelter. In developed economies at least, we have become pretty good at catering for consumer needs. Nowadays most of us – either at play… Read More

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NEW ERA: PERFECT FIT

By On April 6, 2014

New Era 59FIFTY Fitted Cap. USA, 1954 Every once and a while, a product comes along that turns a market upside down, transforming the terms that products are offered and accepted on.… Read More

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MOLESKINE: PRODUCTS FOR CONTEMPORARY NOMADS

By On March 20, 2014

Moleskine Pocket Ruled notebook. Italy, 1997 Imagine you work for a small, Italian publishing company. It’s 1996, you’re on summer holidays, enjoying a brioche and a coffee in the warm Sardinian breeze.… Read More