It’s that time of the year again — onedotzero_nippon is back in town, taking place at Unit in Daikanyama this year, September 30 to October 2. I’m a big fan of the festival, and try to catch a few programs every year (finances permitting). On top of the film showcase (have a look at the […]
Ken Mizutani, noticing that I tend to mention tees here a lot (still waiting for my Threadless order to come in), recently contacted me to talk about his UK-based online store/label called The World Chico. More than just a store featuring cool t-shirts, they also started an exhibition project that sounds interesting. Here’s more from […]
The one good thing about being stuck at home because of the flu is that you don’t have to feel guilty when you spend a couple of hours playing WE LOVE KATAMARI! What an absolutely beautiful blend of colorful pop graphics, simple yet addictive gameplay, and probably the best soundtrack ever to grace a game. […]
Momus follows-up yesterday’s post on DAZED & CONFUSED with a look at RELAX. He also mentions the Japanese edition of DAZED & CONFUSED, on which I’d like to comment, but like him, it’s not a magazine I follow.
I owe you a post on the Swedish Style events I’m organizing at Cafe Pause in Ikebukuro with NCM (more specifically, with good ol’ Jesper), and unfortunately I’ve been hit with the flu and I’m just not feeling at all like sitting in front of the computer — there’s also a “This Week in Magazines” […]
I’m embarrassed to say that I still have never made it to Living Design Center Ozone — BUT, I will… one day… I swear. Maybe for this: Professional industrial designers and design students come together to propose new ecodesign products. The students have been engaged in a workshop since May, and this exhibition showcases their […]
I just did something I should have done a long time ago — update the RSS 2.0 feeds at the TSiG blog so that they offer the full content instead of just excerpts. Here are the links: TSiG Sweden TSiG Tokyo
You know what — I quite like the “peaceful nature imagery, […] unashamedly feminine women […] and reassuring pictures of cakes and cafes” found in Japanese magazine.
Japanese film site Midnight Eye has just updated, and they’ve put up a feature that looks at the influence of the PIA Film Festival on the indie film scene.
Oh, Marxy‘s gonna love this! Found at the TSiG blog: Members of popular hip hop groups Rip Slyme and m-flo are to team up with fashion designer Nigo (33) to make their recording debut in the US. Ryo-Z (31) and Ilmari (30) from Rip Slyme, m-flo vocalist Verbal, Kaze no Hito’s MC Wise, and Nigo […]