Return of the Black Project for 2019 which will feature exclusive 6876 product,Collaborations and unique products.
We will also be producing printed matter & creating audio work.
In the next few weeks we will announce the individual projects and products
Spring Summer 2019 light weight Technical zip Over shirt.
This style has one exterior & one interior chest pocket with the exterior having a 6876 original Woodcut font print
100% Polyamide with water resistant capabilities.
Ri Ri zip with self fabric puller & stud cuff fastening
Modern Studies printed Merino wool sweater.
100% Extra Fine 2ply Johnston’s of Elgin Merino wool sweater which has been digitally printed with the signature “Modern Studies” branding
Manufactured in Scotland
Printed in England
Location: Holloway London
Student: Eva Moon Mackenzie born London 2003
Product: Modern Studies Storm jacket.
AW18 version with quilted US Military “onion” style lining and 100% polyamide Ripstop outer.
Location: Estorick Collection Library
Student: Joe Learmonth Born London 1999
Photography: Mae Mackenzie
“Some People Talk About The Weather We Don’t” “Opera i Studenti”
Calum Baxter: photographic assistant
Born: Dundee Scotland 1999
Location: Broughty Ferry Dundee
Photography: Donald Milne
Product: Esk jacket
Noun : A small piece of metal, plastic, or cloth bearing a design or words, typically worn to identify a person or to indicate membership of an organization or support for a cause.
Unique sélection of Six Eight Seven Six artwork badges sourced from Paris,Bologna,Dundee & London.
Operai Studenti,A Suivre,6876 & Modern studies.
Born Trafford England 1989
Brunswick Centre built 1967
Product: Product 01
Photography: DK Woon
The sudden change of ambiance in a street within the space of a few meters; the evident division of a city into zones of distinct psychic atmospheres; the path of least resistance that is automatically followed in aimless strolls (and which has no relation to the physical contour of the terrain); the appealing or repelling character of certain places — these phenomena all seem to be neglected. In any case they are never envisaged as depending on causes that can be uncovered by careful analysis and turned to account.
Guy Debord, Introduction to a Critique of Urban Geography
Photography Mae Mackenzie
Location: London & Margate