6876 x Clarks Originals Film

 

The dérive is the first step toward an urban praxis, a stroll through the city to understand the ‘psychogeographical articulation of the modern city’.

A project to mark the release of our project with Clarks Originals which brought together the Film making of Brian Sweeney and the thoughts of Scott King.

Filmed on location at the Camley Street Nature reserve in London’s Kings Cross.

Editor: Jamie Vincent Gillespie

Soundscape: Brian Docherty

Art Direction: Co-ordinate

Twitcher: Josh Thompson


Black project #5 Film

As part of the Black project Arco jacket release with C’H’C’M & Harris Tweed we decided to shoot a film in Glasgow with Brian Sweeney who has worked with the brand for many years.

Brian was also instrumental in introducing Mike Donald from http://thecroft.wordpress.com/ and in turn Mark Hogarth from Harris Tweed to Six Eight Seven Six.

These connections were formative in our understanding that we as a label could work with such a traditional supplier and that we could create a unique garment that still felt like a 6876 item.

New York & Glasgow: Two cities built on a grid system,both with a stand alone uniqueness and to this day when i visit Glasgow it always strikes me as a city yearning to the west and beyond.

6876 x Regent

Film by Donald Milne & art directed by Kenneth Mackenzie of 6876 portraying the Classic and hand crafted nature of the Regent factory in Northampton which manufactures Rsix. Music Fete in the rain (6876 version) by July Skies © A.Harding/R.Glover 2011. www.julyskies.com