Another chance to get some TAB tees at a nice price (and remember, it helps support the site): Updated: We’ve again lowered the price of the fantastic 5 TAB shirts to 2500¥ per shirt if you buy 2 (previously 5000¥), until the end of February. Those shirts’ designs were donated by five international artists/designers: Jonathan […]
I really need to have a look at MACPOWER, one of Japan’s Mac magazines — Momus explains why.
For Canadian Style, I’ve also created plenty of signage. Above are the profiles for the two featured artists (I’ll post the text in another post): designer Sonia Chow and photographer Marc Xavier LeBlanc (who also created all the Canadian Style music mixes — more on that later). Marc’s card is actually at the same scale […]
As promised, here’s a look at the Canadian Style menu I designed. As you can see, the food selection is maple-heavy, and quite tasty I might add. My faves? The meat pie brought me back home, and tastes pretty much like the kind my mom made. My favorite dessert had got to be the maple […]
I’ve alluded a few times to the fact that Yuko has developed a bit of an obsession over DOUBUTSU NO MORI (ANIMAL CROSSING) and that I’ve pretty much lost access to my DS because of it — I won’t tell you how many hours she plays a day, but I think you can already figure […]
From Kyodo News, under the title “Businesses, academia launch ‘Japanesque modern’ campaign”: Leading businesses including Matsushita Electric Industrial Co and Toyota Motor Corp as well as universities and designers launched a three-year campaign Saturday to heighten Japan’s brand image based on its traditional culture. A total of 48 companies, seven schools, 11 industrial groups and […]
From The ODK: Danny Choo rides the trains of Tokyo and Yokohama as the Densha Trooper. Previously he’s made trips to Akihabara and a Ramen Shop. Anyone spotted him yet?
If you were like me — I am Canadian Style‘s bitch, and she has no mercy — and couldn’t make it to last week’s PechaKucha Night (Vol. 29) at SuperDeluxe, PingMag has got you covered.
Olll has updated with a few photography galleries of Omotesando/Aoyama buildings, including Herzog & De Meuron’s Prada store, Toyo Ito’s Tod’s store, SANAA’s Dior store, Fumihiko Maki’s Spiral, Kengo Kuma’s One Omotesando, and Future System’s Comme des Garcons store. Link via Dezain.net.
Remember Robotech (the US adaptation of the Japanese MACROSS series)? Marxy does, and you can view a trailer for the new sequel series, THE SHADOW CHRONICLES, here. AICN has more info on this new follow-up series. Is it just me, or is there a Battlestar Galactica (the new series) vibe to the space battle scenes […]