Tag: Stationery

  • Famicom Stationery

    Accompanying the super nostalgic hype for the Famicom in Japan right now (mirroring what’s happening here in the west for the NES Classic Edition), San-Ei is about to release (out on December 23) a fantastic collection of Famicom-inspired stationery, as well as a tote bag. I want it all. You can already pre-order all items through…

  • Mati Mati

    Mati Mati is a beautiful series of stationery that takes authentic map data from areas in Japan as a graphic base. The first collection covered Marunouchi, Kichijoji, Omotesando, and Fukuoka Tenjin, while the new collection includes Yokohama (pictured), Kyoto, Umeda, and Kobe. It was art directed by Yuruliku Design.

  • Kokuyo Design Awards 2009

    The winners of the Kokuyo Design Awards 2009 — a competition for stationery design — were just announced, with the grand prize going to Nao Asanuma’s “Roots” work table (above). Below, a few of the runners-ups. Via Spoon & Tamago. Kazunari Kodama’s “Flower” tack. Shohei Ono’s “Margins” notebook. Satomi Tanabe’s “Plant & Ground” pen holder.…

  • Kaoiro

    Mixing digital culture with a bit of old-school stationery love, the Kaoiro stamp from Ginghami lets you stamp out all those kaomoji “faces” found in text/email correspondence in Japan.

  • Chiso Memo Block

    The Tokyo Art Beat online store is now selling the colorful Chiso Memo Block by Kenjiro Sano.