Month: July 2004

  • TSiG Blog

    The TSiG blog has now been launched. I’ll be blogging there, as well as some other folks you should know by now (Audrey, Jesper, Midori, Nao, Robert). I’m sure there are still little bugs here and there that will pop up as we start using the site regularly, so feel free to give me feedback…

  • TYO People

    This mention in Momus’ latest Click Opera entry made me blush: His blog is, indisputably, the fastest-moving and best blog guide to what’s happening in Tokyo. The pic was taken during our Pause outing from the other night.

  • The Book of Pallalink

    Architect Kawahara Kazuhiko, who goes by the name Palla, creates beautiful parallel images of pictures he takes in Osaka. He’s been mentioned here before, but if you haven’t already, check out his site for tons of beautiful imagery. He’s now created a book, called THE BOOK OF PALLALINK, which he will be printing himself. To…

  • Barnbrook Design

    I’ve just realized that I missed July’s exhibition at the Ginza Graphic Gallery, which pisses me off as it was something I really wanted to see (the annual ADC show). Well, nothing much I can do about it, except make sure to go early to the next one, which starts August 5. In August 2004…

  • 3 Weeks

    I’m done work. For 3 weeks. I’m broke as hell, and so can’t do much during this time, but hey, who cares. Let the good times roll.

  • Kyupi Kyupi Grand Kayo Show Cabarotica

    I so want to see this. I saw a video installation by Kyupi Kyupi at the Jam show a while back, and loved the hell out of it. The unit led by video artist Ishibashi Yoshimasa of “Oh! Mikey” fame. This entertainment supreme, immensely popular in the Kansai region, hits Tokyo. Heart-wrenchingly fast video projections,…

  • Captain Porno

    I am so in love with my new Captain Porno. Designed by Shu-Thang Grafix, it’s a product of Roughtoyz. A huge thanks goes out to Jun, who not only runs Roughtoyz and the Pause cafe, but also the Rough empire, which includes the Collector’s Showcase figure shops. One of them is just down the street…

  • Paper Sky x ROIAL

    I like these new t-shirts that have been produced by PAPER SKY and ROIAL. There’s one for all the different countries that have been featured in the magazine, in different colors. You can buy them at the BOOK246 shop, or online.

  • Nihon University

    One of the Nihon University buildings, directly across the road from where I work on Wednesdays. Shot taken with the A5403CA mobile phone.

  • Holidays

    In two days time I will be enjoying my Summer holidays, which will last for 3 weeks. I obviously cannot wait for this, as this month as been killer because of the heat, and I really need the rest. It also means that I’ll have a lot of time on my hands, and some of…