I’ve mentioned Jerome Olivier in the past (after a chance meeting at Montoak), and he let’s me know that his latest project, MISSING PAGES, is almost done, with a final cut expected before the end of October (it was previewed at the “Short Shorts Festival” in Aichi). It’s a short film, and from the trailer that […]
One of my very favorite sites is about to celebrate its 1st year anniversary, and they’re marking the occasion with a party at SuperDeluxe! The Tokyo Art Beat Team invites you to join in for the celebration of tokyoartbeat.com’s first anniversary. A celebration for the Japanese and international crowd of art-goers and creatives mixing in […]
Groovisions have relaunched their site, which now inludes more examples of their work. There’s also a nice news section with updates on all the latest GV happenings. Link via Dezain.net.
When I went to the Design Gallery last week, they had flyers for the following show, which I plan on catching. Braun celebrates the 50th anniversary of the establishment of its brand philosophy with a presentation of its core values of design. The company’s entire design history will be introduced in a multidimensional manner together […]
I gotta say that I’m really digging Mike Mills’ Humans collection. Martin talks about the brand in his STYLEWISE column, and the stuff is carried at Cow Books (both at the Nakameguro and Aoyama shops).
Jesper lets the cat out of the bag regarding some of the things we have planned for Swedish Style. I guess I should start talking about it now, so expect a post on the subject sometime this week.
Our latest TSiG blogger, Martin Webb, has a new column, STYLEWISE, that appeared in yesterday’s edition of THE JAPAN TIMES (in the lifestyle section, where my column will appear). You can also read it online.
Tadao Ando’s Omotesando Hills starts to reveal itself. More pics here. Link via Dezain.net. Update (16/09/04): The original photo in this post is no longer available.
When Paul wants something done, he puts his money where his mouth is: So despite wanting to keep my pics on my server, I have decided to finally switch to Flickr!! I mean, all my friends are there anyway! 200$ for the first person coming up with a script using the flickr API to import […]
Get your architecture groove on! Reflecting the thinking process of the architects, drawings and models reveal how these creators materialize their concepts. SD Review 2005 presents such works of the best of the new generation, as selected by the jury of the annual design competition. (TAB) It’s happening at Hillside Terrace until October 2.