Despite the fact that I’ve been house-bound and on my back for the past month, I’m very glad to say that the “Urban Paper” paper toy art show and book launch is still happening at Cafe Pause next month. Produced by Josh McKible — who you all know from NaniBird — it celebrates the recently […]
My latest Tokyo post for MoCo Loco is up, covering the following: Fumie Shibata’s Nagomi utensils (above), No Quiet’s Naname glasses, Naoto Fukasawa’s netbook for Samsung, Suikosha’s “Anything Collection” of desktop accessories, Jun Yasumoto’s Reading Lamp, and Ryohei Yoshiyuki’s ash tray.
For his latest project, artist Yuken Teruya turns trash — like disposable paper bags from MickeyD’s — into beautiful art installations, like the scene pictured above. Via Marxy.
Ian has some work featured in the just-released Visual Language for Designers: Principles for Creating Graphics that People Understand, and one of examples is the poster he originally created for my Cafe Pause poster series.
If you find yourself in Inokashira park, beware of the roaming yokai, especially Inoko, pictured above on a pair of buttons. Matt has more info on a yokai-related event happening there this coming Saturday (August 28).
In these coming elections, there’s only one real choice. Thanks for your support — and thank you David for the awesome image, you made my day!
How have I been getting any work done while having to lie down on my back? It’s thanks to Thanko, really. I’ve been using the desk pictured above, which I ordered a couple of weeks ago. Funny thing is, it’s actually a product I recommended in one of the very first editions of my “On […]
One day maybe: the Néojaponisme kiosk.
Sony is launching a new PlayStation promotional campaign called “Playface” in September, and they already have a teaser site up with brilliant use of full-screen flash video, showcasing people’s faces (lots of celebrities) when they play. Update: Now you can also watch the TV commercials that have started airing here.
This is certainly exciting for me, as a resident of Ikebukuro: the main Muji store in Ikebukuro (which I believe was actually the first Muji store) is undergoing some major renovations, and it’s going to be turned into a new flagship store (although it certainly won’t be as massive as the Yurakucho one). They will […]