Over the past 15 years I developed the eccentric habit of collecting sickness bags from around the world. Each one reminds of what I've experience at that particular time, in that particular place.
Slept in Everest Base Camp. Toured with a band in Europe. Slept in a whorehouse in Dakar. Chased by Somali mafia in Tokyo. Skated in a rollerdisco in a small village in Tibet. Witnessed a shooting in NY. Dived in the Great Barrier Reef. Bet all on red in the Venetian. Fished a tuna in the Cook Islands. Crossed China in a bus in 77 hours. Flew over Rio in a Delta wing. Drank champagne in the middle of the Great Canyon. Waited for the sunrise in India, Vietnam, Panama, New Zealand, ... and many other adventures that I can explain you if you send me an email.
'Football with class' is a project that unites football + haute couture. With a series of exclusive football boot designs for brands such as Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Gucci, Dolce & Gabanna to bring style to the biggest game in history.
After I bought this strange motorbike in a waste ground in the south of Spain I spent 1 year transforming it into a light and fast Cafe Racer. MZ ETZ 250 (Motorradwerk Zschopau) was built in the early 80s in the DDR. It was the motorbike that most of the Communist countries used. Today, you can still find it being used in Cuba, Eastern Europe, Mongolia and China. I called it 'Emezeta 250' (just as it sounds in spanish).