As Christmas stocking fillers go, this is a pretty badass step-up from a lump of coal. Ok, it may be an incense chamber which is, admittedly, not that “badass,” but you can’t deny that it’s pretty cool. This offering from Neighborhood is part of a pottery collection which draws inspiration from Japanese World War II exports while the country was under American occupation. Designed to resemble a smoking barrel when the incense stick is inserted and lit, this piece of fine china maintains the kind of rebellious nuances we’ve come to expect from NBHD.
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Words: Robert Boswell Illustrations: Rebel-Yuth I recently had the pleasure of talking with Jerry Cohen, owner and founder of Ebbets Field Flannels, on his latest trip to London. We discussed a great deal of things including Jackie Robinson and the integration of Major League Baseball, wool as a performance fabric, meeting Odd Future and the renaissance [...]