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ANDREA INCONTRI

leather wallet
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Description

Black leather wallet from AI_ featuring a flap closure with metal press stud fastening, four open interior compartments and one zip fastened interior compartment.
Item ID:10298951

Size & Fit

  • Measurements: width: 11 centimetres, length: 18.5 centimetres
  • Composition & Care

  • Outer Composition: Leather 100%
  • Brand Style ID : WLLTCANO9
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    Designer: ANDREA INCONTRI


    Ai is a project resulting from an ongoing collaboration between ­Oliver Prestele, designer, artist and cook, and Nella Rieken, a graphic designer and VJ, mainly concerned with historical print techniques and analogue copying processes. After several visits to Japanese dyeing mills, they started to import natural Japanese indigo and performed extensive tests on the process, re-interpreting traditional methods and drawing parallels to prior experiments with print and photographic techniques.