Monthly Archives: September 2004
Walking past a shop called Paper House in Ginza.
The above picture, from Engadget, shows how Sony is getting consumers excited for their new PSP portable gaming system (and there’s another good pic here). If you’re actually interested in the PSP itself, view the full post for more pictures … Continue reading
Oh, what I would do to see the return of a Braniff-like airline! I went to the Braniff Airline exhibition today, at Parco Museum, and it so got me wanting to have been an airline traveller in that era (sixties … Continue reading
The latest entry I wrote for MoCo Tokyo is about the very nice-looking Kouchi Market at the Tsukiji fish market. With the MoCo site I need to be a bit more careful about images I use, and the one from … Continue reading
October just keeps getting busier and busier, if you’re into design. The British Embassy and the British Council in Tokyo will jointly organize the Design UK campaign in October, a campaign meant to promote the British design industry. More than … Continue reading
And speaking of Dezain.net (see previous post), it seems that the person who runs it, Okada Eizo, is also behind the Ribbon Project. Ribbon is composed of 4 designers who create beautiful objects using ribbons. They are currently exhibiting at … Continue reading
I am in love with the designs of Atelier Bow-Wow. Expect a full MoCo Tokyo listing sometime soon. Right now there’s a feature on them at the site for the magazine DOMUS (free registration required, and it’s worth it). Link … Continue reading