Click through for a look at some absolutely stunning animated stereoviews taken by T. Enami in the late 19th and early 20th century in Japan.
I haven’t linked to any in a while, but Ian Lynam continues to post his series of red, white, and black patterns based on Japanese graphic design of the 50s over at Neojaponisme, with the latest pictured above.
Spotted by Matt Alt in Akihabara: a sign for a bar, using a very recognizable casing.
The Cycle Chic from Copenhagen blog has a post up featuring a few ladies riding their bicycles in Fukuoka, courtesy of photographer Stephen Crawford. It is indeed great living in a city/country where women are frequent cyclists. Via Ryan Ruel.
Minkus Architects Tokyo have renovated an apartment in Tokyo, with the main feature being the use of curtains throughout the space, doubling (or replacing) walls. Dezeen posts more on the project.
Some good news if you haven’t yet had a chance to catch the “PROTOTYPE 03” exhibition, as it’s been extended until December 13. Some of the designers will also be on hand on both December 6 and 13 (Sundays). PangeaSeed is collaborating with Parties 4 Peace on a winter fundraising at Favela in Aoyama on […]
After having such a great time coming up with tracks for this past Friday’s PLAY 00 (I used “00” because it was a bit of a test for me) — see this post for the complete set list — I’ve decided to do it again this coming Friday (December 4). If you have nothing better […]
So yes, as I threatened last week, I did my PLAY two hours set at Cafe Pause this past Friday, and had a great time doing it. I didn’t make a big deal out of it because this was more a test run for me, and I did find a few things I need to […]
Today marks the last day of artist Polly Yates’ exhibition, showing works from her “Lacemakers” series, at Cafe Pause, so you still have time to check it out if you haven’t already. When the time came to roll up the laces again, we both sighed; it took so long; but we weren’t willing to entrust […]
Felissimo in New York is hosting a Japan Brand pop-up shop during the holidays (until December 24), and it’s been getting some coverage on a bunch of NYC-based blogs, including JoshSpear.com and Spoon & Tamago. Pictured above is a bicycle designed by Gelman, made of lacquer, silver plating, and gold leaf. It was created for […]