James Jarvis and his label AMOS has collaborated with high end Swiss Bottle manufacturer SIGG. Jarvis has been a busy boy lately with a new range of Amos Tees, the Coke Cans in Hong Kong and now this, he is also due to feature in the next range of tees from Stussy in collaboration with Marvel (not looking forward to that one particularly :S ) I'm not a massive fan of this Jarvis character, who's most high profile appearance was a, not very exciting, range of tees made by Stussy last year. I think the concept is that he's like a public information character, hence his reappearance in this collaboration.
The bottle is available in both Green (GO) and Red (STOP) versions from Colette.
Monday, July 23, 2012 - 3:02pmIt's the end of an era - Amos Novelties, the toy and product design company of Art Toy pioneers James Jarvis and Russell Waterman, announced last week that they won't be creating any more projects.
Tuesday, June 26, 2012 - 11:17amWe've not heard much toy-wise from James Jarvis, aside from some wooden editions of his Yod character. But this year marks the 10th anniversary of the Amos brand and to celebrate they are opening the AMOS Generic Character Brand Store in Tokyo for a 5 days only.
Thursday, February 16, 2012 - 12:25pmWe love a James Jarvis figure over here at Clutter, so we were excited to find out that after the huge success AMOS had with their first wood edition of YOD, One Gram (Amos's Japanese Licensee) and Landscape Productions got together to produce a new Dark