Hi, its Sato. I wrote a blog post about GRⅡ body suit and posted a few illustration of this camera case before. Now I’m very happy to reveal those leather case images to you! It’s a still hand cut sample by a craftsman, but already looking amazing! GRⅡis dashing in the leather suit. The clean … continue reading
To LEICA fans, thanks for waiting! This new body suit is not exactly the same as the Leica M’s of course. The camera body of Leica M-P has a modest look without that red badge, but not only the logo and design, more importantly for many people, the Leica M-P resurrects the front-deck frame selection … continue reading
Hello, this is ENZZO. The development of the leather iPhone case for the iPhone6S has been steadily going well and faster than I expected!!! The other day, I met people in the Tokyo factory and found they have finished the first prototype a lot ahead of schedule. This is a tentative mold board, with many … continue reading
Hi, it’s Mori. Leather camera case 【Body Suit for SONY a7Ⅱ】 and camera strap【Classico Dritto】appeared in OLD LENS LIFE Vol.5. It’s supervised by Toru Sawamura who is a well-known writer for the article of “Digital camera dress-up ism” in Digicame Watch.
I borrow camera from ULYSSES’ collection from time to time. It’s a good chance to become familiar with various cameras since I am a camera novice. I recently have started to use SONY NEX-5N again, to attach a black neck strap 【Classico Piccolo】to it was my summer style. NEX-5N has 10mm wide strap mount eyelets … continue reading
Hello, this is ENZZO. We have decided to make the leather case for the iPhone 6S which will be released soon.(According to some leak information, the new type 6S will be in three difference sizes and we are going to make 4.7 inch case which will be compatible for iPhone 6.) Among so many types … continue reading
Quiz: what’s the object below? ①hat ②choc mould ③leather prototype Right answer! Of course ③. It was done by a craftsman who makes camera cases for ULYSSES. I guess some of you already know, this shape was produced by the shaping process called “shibori (wet leather moulding)”. To fix the leather into this shape, usually they … continue reading