Wallpaper* vs Victorinox
Wallpaper* has collaborated with Victorinox - makers of the world-famous Swiss Army pocket knives - to produce three limited edition knives that feature designs by artists James Joyce, Jamie Cullen (the Brighton-based artist, as opposed to Jamie Cullum the Jazz musician) and by Wallpaper*. The knives, limited to just 100 of each design, look jolly nice so we thought we'd share some images here...
All three boxes
All three knives
Above: Wallpaper's knife
This is artist Jamie Cullen's knife
And James Joyce's knife...
I like Wallpaper's one the best
Jamie Cullen rocks!
The knife- one of the "handbag essentials" unsung heroes alongside Jimmy Choo knuckle duster and LV monogrammed mace can holder. Not feeling it at all.
Love it, love it, love it. These knifes are great, designs are cool and Victorinox make quality knifes. Would love to have one.
I have always loved the work of James Joyce and what I love most about his design is the fact that he incorporated the victorinox's logo. I'm surprised it didn't have to feature on all three of the designs.
Other side of the knife Matt. I presume all 3 have it on.
They do all feature victorinox's logo ( you can see it here).
cool article. I saw that Victorinox also launched fragrances for men based on swiss ingredients. We can find it on http://www.victorinox-fragrances.com. Cool stuff.
Could you supply with information to purchase two scissor springs?.I have two knives and both have broken springs.I hope you do not think I am taking liberties.Thank you.
I think you'll be even more gutted when the rather large airport customs man with bad BO decides to take it off you....
Really beautiful collaboration - perhaps we can call it 'sharp-art' or 'cutting-collaborations'...
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