Monthly Archives: August 2007
TABlog has a nice round-up of the latest generation of galleries to dot the city’s artscape.
I mentioned Tokyo-based photographer Jonathan Savoie a while back (he’s from Eastern Canada, like me), and this time it’s for an online project called Tokyo Wonderland, which accompanies a book to be released in the fall.
PingMag covers modern jikatabi (“split-toe canvas shoes with rubber soles that are favored by construction workers”) designs from Kyoto-based Sou Sou.
Patrick Benny went to Haneda Airport yesterday to pick up some re-issues of classic Japan Air Lines flight bags, both pictured above. They were limited to 1000, so are probably all gone now.
PEN (205) devotes an issue to “Tutto Ferrari,” all that is Ferrari. As you may imagine, I skimmed this one pretty fast. STUDIO VOICE (381) declares that “Young Photo Strikes Back!!” It’s a great issue with a round-up of the … Continue reading
In case you missed it, NTV had its annual 24-hour telethon this past weekend, and this year’s t-shirt, worn by all participants and sold to raise funds, was designed/donated by A Bathing Ape (BAPE). With the tee plastered all over … Continue reading
A few of the shots that I took the other day during our 8mm outing were for a panoramic stitch, which you can better see here.
PingMag interviews Motokazu Terai, director of Shibuya’s recently opened Gallery Scene, which I also covered a few weeks ago on Gridskipper.