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The Tokyoiter Tote Bag

As I had posted recently, The Tokyoiter project went physical with its first exhibition, and at the event you could purchase the lovely tote bag you see pictured. Big thanks to my buddy Andrew — one of the co-creators of The Tokyoiter — for helping me get my hands on one.

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Meiji 100 Years

Andrew Joyce‘s biggest project in 2016 was a massive¬†work produced for Meiji’s 100th anniversary, representing a parade that travels the length of Japan, featuring Meiji’s products. This post covers all of the images produced, which were printed in newspapers, and formed a mural at Shibuya station.

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Drawing Iconic Muji

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Andrew has completed a fantastic project in which he’s drawn some of Muji‘s most iconic products. Here’s how he describes the project:

To celebrate 25 years of being in Europe, Muji asked me to draw 25 of their most iconic products. You can collect all of them as postcards, in stores all over Europe, as well as being part of an in store display coming soon.

Gotta catch ’em all! Pictured, the classic wall-mounted CD player, designed by Naoto Fukasawa.

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Tokyo Cityscape for +81

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Pictured, the beautiful Tokyo cityscape that my buddy Andrew illustrated for the cover of this past summer’s issue of +81 magazine. You’ll find images of the issue itself here.

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The Tokyoiter

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The Tokyoiter is a fictional tribute to the great covers of The New Yorker, done as a project to celebrate the love illustrators have for the city of Tokyo. It was started by a couple of friends of mine, Andrew Joyce and David Robert, along with Tatsushi Eto. A new cover is shared on the site every Sunday, and you can watch this PechaKucha presentation to hear Andrew and David talk about the project. The cover in this post is by Tilly (aka Running for Crayons).