Monthly Archives: November 2004
Damn. I’m in Ginza right now (writing this at the Apple Store), and wasn’t able to see this month‘s GGG exhibition, missing it by two days. I got there and could see them working on next month’s show, ANOTHER SIDE … Continue reading
Just got back from Junkudo, where I was leafing through some magazines. The latest CASA BRUTUS looks at Japanese design hotels. I don’t think there was one featured spot where I would mind spending a night. Oh, to lead the … Continue reading
Momus is to become a participant on the great (it’s a favorite read of mine) Design Observer site! More on this at Click Opera.
This sounds like it could get me interested in musicals. Another explosion of Kegawa leader Emoto Junko’s charisma! The unique blend of gorgeous show elements and excessive expressions of eros and violence has won Kegawazoku a huge number of fans … Continue reading
I’d never heard of Kathy before, but they sure do sound interesting. Here’s a bit from Ozaki Tetsuya’s latest OUT OF TOKYO column, where he talks about the Kathy performance at the recent Arto Lindsay show. For those unfamiliar with … Continue reading
Yuko was telling me about this book a while back. Seems like it’s really the big hit. The hero is no Tom Hanks and the movie has yet to be made but like the 1998 hit film You’ve Got Mail, … Continue reading