Month: August 2004

  • DJ Patrick at Caramill

    Patrick did his first DJing stint last Saturday at a shop in Koenji, and he lists a part of what he played in this post. And there’s a moblogged pic of him in action here.

  • Anime Giants

    An article from the new issue of WIRED takes a look at the growing popularity of anime in America (yeah, I know, old news), while profiling the 3 main creators who all happen to have new films out this year: Miyazaki Hayao (HOWL’S MOVING CASTLE), Otomo Katsuhiro (STEAMBOY), and Oshii Mamoru (INNOCENCE). I do feel…

  • Shinsaibashi Apple Store

    A picture of the new Apple Store that opened in Osaka last Saturday. It looks a lot more spacious than the one in Tokyo. More pics here.

  • Capture the Motion

    “Capture the Motion” is a collection of 10 very cool shorts inspired by the Olympics, sponsored by Panasonic and RES. Three of them are by Japanese artists. A thrilling 2004 Olympics wrapped up in Athens over the weekend. RES was happy to be involved this year, by taking part in Olympic (and RESFEST) official sponsor…

  • hpgrp

    The hpgrp building in Ginza, where you’ll find the Hanna Gallery.

  • Neomarxisme

    David, or Marxy, was over here last night, and he brought over a copy of his upcoming album, NEOMARXISME I – KYOSHU NOSTALGIA. I’ve been listening to it all night, and love it. Pop, pop, and more pop, with some very catchy melodies. You can download an MP3 album teaser at the Neomarxisme site.

  • Swedish Eyes in Tokyo

    Take 4 Swedish photographers, give them Nikon digital SLRs, and you get the beautiful photo project Swedish Eyes in Tokyo. I would love to have a camera like that to play around with.

  • OK Fred Radio

    Have I piqued your interest?

  • Aqui Uzumaki 2

    Another shot from the Aqui Uzumaki show.

  • Shiratori Masahiro

    It is imperative that you check out Tori Design, the online portfolio of designer Shiratori Masahiro. Lots and lots and lots of beautiful eye candy.