A few weeks ago I came across the fantastic Instagram account of bonpon511, which is in fact Bon and Pon (he’s Bon, she’s Pon), a couple in their 60s who share photos of impeccably coordinated outfits. They’re the cutest.
“Mojihunt” is a project by Fabian Reus in which he shares close-ups of Japanese characters that he spots out and about. Follow the project on Instagram. Found via Canvas.
Just another reminder that you should be following Justin Epperson’s fantastic Instagram feed, for great photos of everyday Tokyo life.
Here’s a nice big Cartoon Brew post showing off the beautiful illustrative work of Kento Iida. La-la-love his style, and there’s more to see on his Tumblr and Instagram account.
Some more great shots by Tatsuo, this time of rainy Tokyo.
Swery65 (aka Hidetaka Suehiro) is a well-loved game designer (Deadly Premonitions) who has recently returned to his family roots of being a monk. What I didn’t know was the massive tattoo work he’s had done, which he reveals in this Instagram post. Read more about it in this Eurogamer post. Update: Well, color me embarrassed. […]
The Creators Project has a nice piece up on the making of a street art project in Kobe, “Kizuna” by Sam Rodriguez. You’ll find more photos of the piece and the making of it on Sam’s Instagram account.
Another great shot by my friend Tatsuo, taken in Shibuya. I love the framing of that Hikaru Utada billboard.
I quite like this shot shared by my friend Tatsuo on Instagram, of a mural he spotted in the Ryogoku area of Tokyo. He describes it as spooky, and it certainly has a creepy air to it.
Michael Mason is a Tokyo-based art director, and his Instagram feed is filled with beautiful shots taken in Japan. Found via Canvas.