Monthly Archives: January 2009
A special edition issue of OK Fred — produced in collaboration with last month’s “Death by Basel” exhibition at Art Basel 2008 in Miami and featuring an interview with the Boredoms’ EYE Yamataka — is now available for purchase online. … Continue reading
Yet another casualty of the precarious economic climate: Kateigaho International Edition is now over. Quite a shame — it was an attractive magazine, and I had the pleasure of contributing a few pieces to it in the past.
My friend Momo — she directed all the segments of Tokyo Eye that I appeared in — has completed work on a show for NHK that will feature architect Ryue Nishizawa (of SANAA) discussing various topics with comedians Bakusho Mondai. … Continue reading
Jason may have left Tokyo, but he’s still up to some good stuff, including this, the official launch of a web presence for the Polytron Corporation, which includes teases of upcoming downloadable game Fez — no platform yet announced — … Continue reading
Digiki’s Dense Music project comes to a close with the release of a 12″ vinyl, from Jetset Records and Tokyo Fun Party. More details here.
Kazuaki Kiriya’s follow-up to the visually-stunning Casshern is Goemon, and from the trailer (above), it looks like we can expect another healthy dose of celluloid eye-candy. Via Imprint Talk, which includes more details on the film.
Tokyo-based illustrator John Shelley will be giving a lecture called “Power Portfolios: Learn the secrets of building a better portfolio and showing it effectively” at the Tokyo Women’s Plaza on February 8 (from 13:30, 1,500 yen). The event will also … Continue reading
Catch a smaller version of the “Kansei” exhibition — held last December in Paris — at Spiral in Aoyama, until January 28. It will include a book created by so+ba for the Japanese Printing Association.