Retail

  • Nike Berlin. Air Max 1 SP – Exlcusive F&F Colorway

    By Joerg on February 14, 2014
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    It's been a few years since Berlin was in the spotlight with a special release. To commemorate the opening of their new flagship store, Nike just revealed a special German colorway of the Air Max 1 SP from the Camo Pack.
  • Fistfulayen. Geoff McFetridge Fangframe Poster Kit

    By Joerg on November 18, 2013
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    Fistfulayen–another of those independent online projects that offered transatlantic shipping. I picked up Geoff McFetridge's Fangframe poster kit... and had it framed...

    Original article: 28. November 2001.
  • Commonwealth Stacks. Conversation Editions

    By Joerg on November 17, 2013
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    In the early 2000s a number of independent graphic studios established small retail/production enterprises. One of them, Commonwealth Stacks, was the brainchild of Michael Leon.

    Original article: 22. November 2001.
  • Rostarr: Graphysics,Tokyo

    By Joerg on November 10, 2013
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    The great thing about Huston was that they had a well-organized online shop with an amazing back-issues catalogue of Relax Magazine: Futura, Supreme, Kaws, Silas, A Bathing Ape...

    Original article: 21. November 2001.
  • Nike Air Woven 2001

    By Joerg on November 7, 2013
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    OG versus the n-th colorway of the legendary Nike Air Woven... Let's take a look at the first three colors and compare them to what came after. Actually, the Dark Mochas were a highlight.

    Original article: 19. November 2001.
  • Vava Ribeiro at Colette

    By Joerg on November 4, 2013
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    Opening a 12-year old time-capsule: Vava Ribeiro at Colette.

    Original article: 04. November 2001.
  • Nort 235, New York

    By Joerg on November 3, 2013
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    You're too afraid to go to Iran to check for old Pumas?

    Original article: 16. November 2001.
  • Bond International, London

    By Joerg on October 28, 2013
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    "...the Japanese are all over it. If you see them leaving the shop - no need to go in..."

    Original article: 07. November 2001.
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