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Eye Scarf, 2009. Photo: Keetja Allard

Discussion

The three main criteria for the jury are excellence, innovation, and enhancement of the quality of life. What do you think?

Visitor comments

  1. I love this!

    — M · Jul 24, 09:39 PM

  2. I have seen all this before and feel that it’s not very innovative at all. As an anime viewer, I would have to say that ive seen all this type of stuff before. And that if it is inovative in any way it would be classified as Retro-pop.

    — Luis · Sep 21, 05:54 PM

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Salvor Projects

Ross Menuez founded Salvor Projects in 2003. Early projects included commissioned pieces for Bruce Weber, Mariko Mori and a costume for Bjork. The line is currently sold at Maxfield and Barneys in LA, Dover Street Market in London, Isetan in Tokyo, Maria Luisa in Paris and Space Mue in Seoul. Prior to founding Salvor Projects, he worked in offices in Europe, the United States and Japan after an early career that included running a metal shop, being a bike messenger, building houses for the Sandinistas during the Reagan era, tagging subways and attempting to build an airplane while in high school.