Limited Edition Fedrigoni Leica

A piece of paper merges an extraordinary packaging concept and an exceptional product into one. Sold in Fedrigoni showrooms only, the limited Edition of Leica Cameras is wrapped so intimately by fine paper, the “unboxing” reminds of a paper sample book and turns into a Fedrigoni brand experience. Finally, the paper also replaces the cameras traditional leather banderole and becomes an integral part of it and not just its packaging. Designed by Geometry Global, Germany.

Stylish Leica X3 Concept by Vincent Sall

Swedish designer Vincent Sall proposed the concept of the camera, combining style and image of an old Leica and monocle. Leica X3 camera body consists of a lens, which contains all the buttons, and the cover of the lens itself. “Every day people around the world take millions of pictures. The modern culture of sharing photos with your friends and loved ones has never been bigger. This project is about filling the gap between big cameras with great image quality and smartphone cameras with limited quality/control. This project is a personal project for self promotion only. Leica AG has not been included in the process in any way. I take no responsibility for reposts.” Have fun!

Jewelry for Leica Photo Camera by Jay Tsujimura

Japanese designer Jay Tsujimura has conceived the “Premium Floral” and “Premium Lizard”, a series of elegant adornments for the classic Leica. The work is informed by Tsujimura’s skill in jewelry design, having acquired traditional techniques and knowledge of historical styles through careful observation of architecture and antique markets. This allowed him to create ornamental additions for the hot shoe and soft release components of the camera with either organic detailing or a distinctive stippled texture, mimicking that of reptilian skin. The customized pieces are a very stylish fashion statement for the Leica in Tokyo, enhancing the already sophisticated photographic experience.