I’m told that the profile TRAVEL+LEISURE did on me is in the current issue (September 2007), although I haven’t seen it yet. I look forward to seeing how the photo, shot by Takashi Yasumura, turned out.
My weekly Tokyo post is up at MoCo Loco. This week I cover the two new products from Kyouei (Umbrella Pot and Topography Soup Plate), an event for 60VISION, and Bridge Design‘s HANA-MI.
Some graffiti shot by Tim Rudder at Enoshima.
This month’s edition of my “On Design” column is in today’s THE JAPAN TIMES, and can be found online here. In it, I cover KYOSHO‘s MANOI PF01 hobby robot, the MACINARI-TAKUMI pens and pencils, POM2‘s “Mine-Remove Sticker Program,” Flames‘ TU-KI light, and Flask’s Flower Kitchen Clip.
Kyoto-based Karl Escritt is had created a new collection of t-shirts for Eno in Shanghai. You can see all the designs here, and it seems that there will be a full online shop up within a few weeks.
Yes, it’s been just over 1 year since I posted the first episode of my TB.Musica podcast series, and finally, here is episode 2 (and a link to the feed). For those new to this, TB.Musica is a music show in which I play 6 tracks from Japanese artists. This time I also added chapters, […]
TABlog has a nice round-up of the latest generation of galleries to dot the city’s artscape.
I mentioned Tokyo-based photographer Jonathan Savoie a while back (he’s from Eastern Canada, like me), and this time it’s for an online project called Tokyo Wonderland, which accompanies a book to be released in the fall.
PingMag covers modern jikatabi (“split-toe canvas shoes with rubber soles that are favored by construction workers”) designs from Kyoto-based Sou Sou.
Patrick Benny went to Haneda Airport yesterday to pick up some re-issues of classic Japan Air Lines flight bags, both pictured above. They were limited to 1000, so are probably all gone now.