Tag Archives: Product Design
How’s this for a first post of 2010, a photo of myself! It’s actually for my “top 5″ that was just posted at MoCo Loco. My selections are taken from all of the “This Week from Tokyo” posts I did … Continue reading
The winners of the Kokuyo Design Awards 2009 — a competition for stationery design — were just announced, with the grand prize going to Nao Asanuma’s “Roots” work table (above). Below, a few of the runners-ups. Via Spoon & Tamago. … Continue reading
Mixing digital culture with a bit of old-school stationery love, the Kaoiro stamp from Ginghami lets you stamp out all those kaomoji “faces” found in text/email correspondence in Japan.
Naoto Fukasawa developed the cuckoo clock seen above for a collaborative project between Isetan and the moreTrees forest conservation NPO — the clock is made of timber from over-planted forests. During Tokyo Design Week, Isetan Living hosted an exhibition that … Continue reading
Designboom posts a huge round-up of images and products from this year’s edition of DesignTide. Above, Hironao Tsuboi‘s “Sun” sensible time clock. “Sun” is purposefully minimal except for a small colorful dot — a day begins with sunrise, it ends … Continue reading
httpvh://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GA0XCm3wisU&feature=player_embedded Here’s a video of Yuki Yamamoto‘s Spica, a speaker that uses water and light to give you quite the show as you listen to your favorite tracks. It was on show at this year’s DesignTide, and I can confirm … Continue reading