How’s this for a first post of 2010, a photo of myself! It’s actually for my “top 5” that was just posted at MoCo Loco. My selections are taken from all of the “This Week from Tokyo” posts I did in 2009, and are (in no particular order): Jo Nagasaka’s PACO, the Reading Lamp, the […]
A few weeks ago I wrote that my weekly Tokyo posts for MoCo Loco were going on hiatus, and mentioned that it was because of some upcoming changes to the site. Well, the new MoCo Loco has just launched — have a look!
Last week’s Tokyo post at MoCo Loco covered Riki Watabe’s new Riki Air Clock for Lemnos (above), Elecom‘s new keyboards with crystal clear keys, and Jo Nagasaka‘s Paco living unit. Note: my weekly “This Week from Tokyo” series for MoCo Loco is going on hiatus for the month, as the site undergoes some major changes. […]
This week’s Tokyo post at MoCo Loco is up, covering the new Iida phones (above, Naoto Fukasawa’s PRISMOID), Ryohei Yoshiyuki‘s “Time of the Sky” watch, and Nendo‘s Music Cage speaker.
My weekly Tokyo post for MoCo Loco is up, this time covering the Eneloop 3-way flashlight (above), Hideo Kawamura’s Rezon Cutter Pendant, Nobuhiro Teshima’s Crank Trick #2 deak, and news of the DESIGNEAST event in Osaka.
My new Tokyo post is up at MoCo Loco, this time covering Kisa Kawakami’s Kisawings lamp (above), Hironori Inada’s Ceramic Pendant Lamp, and Spoon & Tamago’s round-up of 2010 calendars by D-BROS.
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.
My weekly Tokyo post for MoCo Loco is up, this time covering Jun Yasumoto’s Phyto Purification Bathroom (above), Masanori Oji‘s “Baby in Table,” and Norihiko Inoue’s concept phone for Vertu. Last week I covered the “Touch the Invisibles” installation, Muji’s collaboration with Thonet, and Jin’s Global Standard’s “Notable Creators” line of frames designed by architects.
My weekly Tokyo post for MoCo Loco is up, this time covering Isamu Noguchi‘s AKARI lights, Tidy‘s Swippy broom and dustpan, and the “Japan Design in Milano Salone 2009” exhibition.
My weekly Tokyo post is up on MoCo Loco, this time covering YUEN’TO and MoMA‘s Magnetic Clock, and a few new lamps from Yamagiwa.