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Kyoto and Osaka
 
This journey took us to Japan, where our history began.
Japanese culture has influenced us since forever;
here we found inspiration to launch our brand. On this
return trip, we headed south to Japan’s old capital city.
Kyoto – the emperors’ city. Arriving on a high-speed
train and slowing down. Entering the philosophers path.
Embracing the ancient culture, temples, and exploring
this vibrant city’s culinary scene. We had encounters with
geishas, samurais, kendo fighters, and deadly fish.
Welcome back to the land of the rising sun.
 
Italy, Milan and Siena
 
Time is one of today's most precious possessions. But you can’t buy
it – it’s free. Life is all about what you do with the time you get and
decisions you make, paths you take. Our personal interest in time,
and obsessions with it, probably comes with age and understanding.
Reflections on journeys made and paths taken to where we are right
now. We traveled to Italy to find the Essence of Time.
We captured a few precious days that are now part of our history.
Horse races, freedivers, chefs and many more filled our journey.
Time is one of the few things in life that
is equal for everyone. Time is fair, and time is
unforgivable. The pace of time is constant
Time is one of the few things in life that
is equal for everyone. Time is fair, and time is
unforgivable. The pace of time is constant
 
 
Habana. Colorful contrasts.
 
Havana, Cuba is a legendary place with an exciting, complex history that
includes slavery, revolutions, and politics. We travel with an open mind,
to find the true spirit of a destination. In Havana we found a city that was
poor when it came to assets and belongings – but rich, and generous with
love, personalities, dance and passion.
In Havana we met dancers, chefs, rickshaw drivers, singers and teachers.
We met a place filled with pure joy, great food and even greater drinks.
We smoked cigars, drank rum, and danced through the nights.
 
Helsinki. Music, design
and architecture.
 
HHelsinki – a hidden Scandinavian treasure. A city filled with contradictions
and unexpected encounters. A walk through the city exposes you to
amazing architecture, great design, and classical music.
We portrayed lots of nice people: hairdressers, climbers, musicians,
bartenders, and actors, together with great architecture.
 
Côte d'Azur.
Bleu, blanc, rouge.
 
Sunshine, decadence, glamour, celebrities, and lots of champagne. The French Riviera
has it all. It's also the blue water, the white pebble beaches, and the red wine.
It's about French mediterrainean cuisine, lazy days at the beach, and long drives in
open cars. Côte d'Azur is about living, and enjoying the good life. We street casted
med along the coast, from Cannes to Monaco. Astronomers, bellboys, musicians,
spear fisherman, car enthusiasts and more bacame our models.
 
 
LA. The city of angels
 
Welcome to Los Angeles, the city which fast pace and endless
sunshine attract people from around the world – folks who want
to fulfill their dreams. Here every doorman, waitress,
or clerk is an actor, musician, or artist. The place where
dreams are born, come true, and crash.
We roamed around downtown LA looking for street art. We hung
out in Malibu to check out the surfers. We joined a pool party
in Hollywood. We met barbers, dancers, musicians, the homeless,
waiters, muscle men, bartenders, painters, and many more.
Welcome to the land of dreams and the city of angels.
 
 
Under the Kenyan sun
 
The Maasai have existed for more than 3000 years. A proud
people who kept their colorful clothes, and culture while
the rest of the world has been changing. This campaign was
a tribute to the Maasai of Wangala, Kenya. To their outstanding
pride and timeless style. Probably the best looking models
we ever had. Thank you Emanuel, Noah, and all the other
young men in Wangala Village.
 
 
Buenos Aires.
Steaks, wine and tango.
 
A bustling city where we found fantastic steaks and
great wine. Tango and passion for music and life.
We enjoyed the most wonderful Sunday afternoon
at a small hole-in-the-wall, where we recorded
the soundtrack for our film. We travelled to the vast,
gorgeous green countryside of Estancia Santa Domingo
to meet the cowboys of Argentina – the gauchos.
 
 
The people from Ibiza
 
We wanted to celebrate the almost surreal feeling of the 80's glossy
charter-trip catalogues with promises of sun, sand, and
exotic food. Very nice people at even nicer beaches.
A plastic world that really didn't exist.
We paid a visit to the island in which every day is a party. Ibiza,
and found a melting pot of people from around the world.
Crazy, lovely, fantastic and great looking people.
 
 
Through the Swedish
summer in an old Volvo.
 
We bought an old 1961 Volvo Amazon, and made a journey that brought us into the
very heart of Sweden. Through forests – past lakes, villages, and people – off the
beaten track. A journey that took us back in time to small motels, cafés, and restaurants.
Many of them forgotten. Few of them famous. In the drivers seat was a musician
and a carpenter we've met along the road earlier that year.
Unfortunately this was the first and last journey we took in this car, because a
handyman in a hurry ended our trip by crashing into us late on a Friday afternoon,
on a gravel road among cows and flowers
 
 
The nomads of the desert
without nationality.
 
They do exist – people without nationality. Those who don’t belong
to a country and don’t have a piece of land they can call their own.
Two days of air, car, and camel travel took us to the Merzouga desert
in northern Africa – on the border between Algeria and Morocco.
There we met Brahim, Ali, Mimmid, and other proud desert
nomads who contributed to our desert catalogue.
This was our first “trunk-and-camera trip”: one art director with
a bag of clothes and one photographer with a camera.
 
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