Who knew shots of ink in motion could be so beautiful — see more of Shinichi Maruyama’s photography here. Via JoshSpear.com.
Craig Anczelowitz has a produced a new collection of stationery for Awagami based on Japan’s family crests (called “kamon”). Via Spoon & Tamago.
In collaboration with this year’s traveling Bicycle Film Festival, Italian manufacturer San Marco has produced a series of limited edition saddles, one for each city that hosts the event. Tokyo is covered in red. Via Cool Hunting, which includes more photos and details.
In this week’s Tokyo post for MoCo Loco I cover Metaphys‘ Soh calculator (above), Terata Shunsuke’s clear wood plates, and an exhibition by Tonerico.
ART iT’s planned online re-launch — replacing the print magazine — was set to launch in July, but it’s already up and running. Via TABlog.
Yes, it’s been a slow week here in terms of updates, and I just wanted to reassure everyone that this is just temporary. Basically, real life has gotten in the way. First, as seen in the photo above, we have a new dog. His name is Confiture, he’s a Great Pyrenees, and he has his […]
I’ve yet to highlight TAB‘s recently launched interview feature, but better late than never. What is TABuzz? Tokyo Art Beat invites movers and thinkers from the Tokyo art world to contribute to this column. Our guest bloggers give their recommendations and thoughts on who to watch and what to see. The latest one is with […]
I definitely need to catch this: “The Death of Mario,” an exhibition from artist Koshi Kawachi that tries to capture aspects from the Mario series. It runs at the Lower Akihabara gallery until June 26. Via Offworld.
Spotted at the Freshness Burger near the KDa office in Ebisu.
I’m sure you’ve all heard about and seen the giant 1:1 replica Gundam statue in Odaiba, but have you seen lit up at night? Very nice gallery here, courtesy of Pink Tentacle.