Category Archives: Art
A boy, his dog, and his iPad. The illustration above was produced by my very good friend Luis Mendo, who is currently in town working with me on PechaKucha-related projects. It was done earlier this year to accompany an article … Continue reading
I tweeted it the other day, but I wanted to point out again that The Guardian has launched a rather nice guide to Tokyo. I should also mention that a few of my friends have contributed to this (Ashley Rawlings, … Continue reading
I’d just like to take the opportunity to congratulate Tokyo Art Beat on its 7th anniversary, which was celebrated in style last night with a terrific event at Dictionary Club in Shibuya. I’ve been one of the biggest cheerleaders of … Continue reading
A piece of street art I spotted yesterday in Ikebukuro, which my friend Patrick Benny made me realize is by street artist ESSU — here’s a larger piece Patrick spotted recently.
Thursday night I was out in Shibuya for the opening reception of the new Diesel Concept Store, which opens to the public today (November 20). Like the Diesel Denim Gallery in Aoyama, the store features a gallery space, and the … Continue reading
Some great news today: as of an hour ago, the Art Space Tokyo team reached their goal of raising $15,000 to reprint/update the book, as well as produce a free iPad version. Keep supporting the project though, because I know … Continue reading