On top of the the color variations available on their site, Tokyo Art Beat also have some different colors for their tees at Beams T.
PingMag takes a look at the funky yukata designs from Tsukikageya.
Designer Taeki Oh’s portfolio site includes info on his “Conceptual Drawing Table,” pictured above. Via JoshSpear.com.
Check out the new video for Digiki‘s “Desktop Music,” off his BEAT VACATION album. It was made by Mumbleboy, and you’ll probably recognize a few faces within, since Takashi (Tokyo Fun Party), Marxy, and O.Lamm all show up.
My current workspace at home. I usually do most of my writing at Cafe Pause though. I took the picture for Matt Fraction‘s Deskset Flickr group.
First it was Tokyo, and now Hitotoki sets its sights on The Big Apple. Submissions are now being accepted for “New York Tales from Curious Borough Dwellers,” so get to it!
Not only is Sonore a great little record label, they also have a rather nice podcast in the form of Radio Dondon — you can listen to it stream on their site, or subscribe to a feed.
You may have caught the recent Web Trend Map 2007 Version 2.0, created by Oliver Reichenstein at Tokyo-based Information Architects Japan. You can catch him at the next “Tokyo 2.0” web community event, happening August 7 at Fujimamas in Harajuku (19:00-22:00), where he’ll be giving a talk on the future of news.
I’ve been slow with my “This Week in Magazines” posts of late, so time to catch up. I’ll probably post another one in a couple of days. Please note that some of the following titles already have a newer issue out. Also, I picked up the following for Cafe Pause last week. TITLE (90) took […]
For longtime readers, you know that my battle with Japanese is an ongoing one. I’ve gotten to a point where I can converse casually, but I still can’t use it in a professional manner, and more annoyingly, still can’t read more than headlines and the like. I’m constantly in and out of the books, but […]