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It may not have come out in November as promised (it will soon though), but here’s a sneak peek at what the startup screen for Tokyo Art Beat‘s iPhone app will look like. The image was created by AQ‘s Eiko Nagase.
Some good news if you’ve been wanting to get your hands on the Peace Sweater — which I covered in my “On Design” column last month — as it’s now available for purchase online through the TAB Shop.
This past Saturday’s 5th anniversary party for Tokyo Art Beat at SuperDeluxe was indeed a blast, and to my absolute surprise I actually won the raffle — I swear, I never win anything. The prize was a pink basket filled with all sorts of goodies, and was handed to me by TAB’s Paul Baron and […]
I think it’s well worth reminding everyone that tonight (November 7) is Tokyo Art Beat‘s 5th anniversary party at SuperDeluxe. The festivities kick off at 19:00, with a host of activities taking place — check the event page for more details, and print it out to get in for 1,000 yen.
The Ikejiri Institute of Design (IID) recently celebrated its fifth anniversary in style, and Tokyo Art Beat co-founder Paul Baron has the pics to prove it. It goes without saying, but I wish I could have attended.
The Tokyo Art Beat online store is now selling the colorful Chiso Memo Block by Kenjiro Sano.