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It’s an odd thought. Pencil sharpeners make pencils shorter, bringing them one step closer to their inevitable last day.
hanger created by Kumiko Kijima When department stores and upscale boutiques order high quality wooden hangars to display their clothes, there are inevitably some that don’t make the cut.
images courtesy Winston Wachter Fine Art | click to enlarge Etsuko Ichikawa is a Tokyo-born, Seattle-based artist who creates mesmerizing abstract “paintings” through the art of pyrography.
a rendering of how 90% of alcohol-induced train track falls occur After analyzing 2 years worth of data pertaining to drunken people falling onto train tracks, a group of data scientists at the West Japan Railway Company have come to a startling conclusion.
Japanese company Yamaha was founded in 1887 as a piano manufacturer. But after WWII the company leveraged its expertise in metallurgy to branch into motorcycles as well, creating a most diverse product range.
Before you watch this 5-min performance by Perfume that was filmed last week at SXSW in Austin, keep in mind there was no post-production.
Papa’s new maze in progress | photo courtesy @Kya7y By now you may know the story: Kazuo Nomura toiled away as a janitor during the day.
images courtesy teamlab | click to enlarge As part of their current large-scale exhibition at Miraikan in Tokyo, TeamLab has created a fully-immersive installation of interactive flowers.
all photos courtesy tomo tanaka Tomo Tanaka, a self-described “miniature artist” has been crafting micro-replica sculptures of food and common household items since 2002.
One of the many things I love about Japan is the appreciation of all four seasons. Whether its non-stop rain before the hot and humid summer sets in or the summer moon gazing that follows it, there are customary traditions for all seasons.
Ponyo takes place by the sea and underwater, which explains the predominantly blue hues Hayao Miyazaki is known for using watercolors to create his art to achieve his specific visual style.
Japanese photographer Yuichi Ikehata creates realistic sculptures of human body parts using clay, wire and paper.
Javier Castaño at the Café Central de Málaga in Spain where he works from 8AM Javier Castaño has worked many jobs: civil engineer, architect, graphic designer.
the Balloon Chair by Satoshi Itasaka | click images to enlarge In the final seen of the 1956 short film ‘The Red Balloon’ the young boy, after being chased by bullies, is rescued by a cluster of balloons.
forget wearable tech: Atsushi Shiraishi has developed a wearable jungle gym There’s something to said for roughhousing with your kids.
Japanese photographer Hayato Wakabayashi braves the treacherous colds of mountainous Japan to take pictures of frozen waterfalls and caves.
For her graduating thesis project, art student Shoko Konishi created this beautiful paper structure. She calls it Transition.
all photos by kaori sohma for spoon & tamago | click to enlarge Earlier this month the Spoon & Tamago team celebrated the opening of The Studio Visits, a real-life exhibition that saw our Studio Visits web series come to life.
“Fukushima” (2014) by Hiroshige Kagawa | click images to enlarge “I wanted to draw something gigantic,” says artist Hiroshige Kagawa, recalling the utterly simple reason he began working in such large-scale.
Ever since Hello Kitty took her first faltering steps in 1974, she has been the reigning cute superpower.