Month: April 2005

  • Helvetica

    Today’s tee, in honor of Jesper.

  • Golden Interview

    Marxy is celebrating the Golden Week holiday by doing a series of interviews, that he’s posting on a daily basis. He posted mine today.

  • Flickr Problems

    Damn, moblogging with Flickr doesn’t seem to be working very well. Some of the posts I’m sending are not posting. Take the last post for instance (“Paperback“): it didn’t post when I sent it from the store, and when I got back home I sent it again and then it posted. Has anybody else had…

  • Paperback

    A new collection of stationary goods produced by Delfonics and Groovisions based on the graphic design work of Dick Bruna.

  • DS Versus PSP

    With all this talk about the PSP (I’ll admit that I’m probably being influenced by the recent American launch), the hardware sales for the week of April 18-24 surprised me a bit (from The Magic Box): 1. Nintendo DS – 96,191 units 2. PlayStation 2 – 33,080 units 3. PlayStation Portable – 33,004 units 4.…

  • YMCK in Harajuku

    Need some outing suggestions for the Golden Week? Looks like something interesting is finally happening at the KDDI Designing Studio — a live performance by YMCK tomorrow. It’s free, and you can get your tickets earlier in the day (the show starts at 18:30). Check out Patrick’s Agenda for more info. There’s also a big…

  • Open Nature

    Time to schedule a visit to the ICC for their new exhibition, “Open Nature.” “Open Nature” focuses on the “nature” infiltrated in our daily lives through digital information environments, and aims to redefine it as an “open” concept that clears the way for a broader range of relationships between art and technology. Seen through the…

  • Moblogging Again

    As the previous two posts show, I’m finally moblogging again. As I said before, I’ve been wanting to include my moblog posts in the main feed, but still wanted to have a way to distinguish them somehow from my regular pics. Intro the “TB” icon (for TB.Movel) with the tiny mobile phone. When you see…

  • Filing

    A great book I spotted at ABC. It features beautiful photography of filed objects. Stationery porn!

  • Graniph Magazine

    A Graniph display at Junkudo.