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Fumio Nambata “Trombone” (1967) | click images to enlarge When Fumio Nambata fell off a ferry in 1974 while crossing the Seto Insland Sea his life was cut short at the age of 32.
Residents of Utsunomiya, a suburb North of Tokyo, were treated to a surprise last weekend when they looked up into the sky and saw a large recognizable head of one of their neighbors.
Waltz Cup & Saucer | click images to enlarge A cup and saucer that dance together like a match made in heaven.
Seiji Togo “Surrealistic stroll” (1929). Permanent collection of the Sompo Japan Nipponkoa Museum of Art At an auction in London in 1987 a mystery buyer paid a record $39.9 million for Vincent van Gogh’s “Sunflowers.” And a week later it was revealed that a Japanese insurance company, little-known at the time, had made the expensive purchase.
The Masters in Branding Program at The School of Visual Arts is a one-year graduate degree program that examines the relationship between design and strategy, and the power of design thinking as a way to combine creative skills with the problem-solving and decision-making processes of design and business.
all photos by Akihiro Ito courtesy Torafu Architects Large children’s toys almost always pose the same problem: space.
It can be a dull 3 minutes waiting for your tea to seep. But not anymore, thanks to the shirokuma tea bag holder.
When Albert Einstein proposed his theory of relativity and described space-time as a smooth “fabric” that can be bent and manipulated, I’m pretty sure he wasn’t thinking it would be applied to placemats.
Exactly 210 years ago a man named Matazaemon Nakano branched out from the sake brewing business and began a career in rice vinegar.
the original spoon & tamago blog post on Japanese TV Earlier this week Fuji TV’s FNN News interviewed Kazuo Nomura – we know him better as “Papa” – the creator of Papa’s Maze.
Now through December 25th, walk by Shiseido’s Ginza showroom and you’ll do a double-take at its church-like stained glass window.
Need some extra cuteness for your hot chocolate this winter season? How about a cat paw? Or even better, a whole cat?
Kenji Shibata. “11:53:36″ (2014). lambda print, 72.1 × 96.4 cm | click images to enlarge Ice is frozen, which is obvious.
The fashion designer Issey Miyake’s Pleats Please collection, introduced in 1993, is a series of polyester garments heat-treated to create permanent pleats.
This tableware looks like disposable paper plates, bowl and cups, but they’re not. Please don’t throw them away after a single use.
Designer Yuri Suzuki‘s dyslexia prevented him from reading music as it is traditionally written. This led the Japanese artist to adopt quite a playful approach to music-making: his installation last year at the Mudam Luxembourg invited visitors to create their own compositions using color markers.
12 years later the sheep is back… | image by spoon & tamago Amongst the many notable New Years traditions in Japan, one of them is sending nengajo, or New Years cards.
If you use the Japanese messaging app LINE then surely you’re familiar with stamps, or stickers, a series of colorful illustrated icons that are often accompanied by a word or two.
The eyes are the windows to the soul, according to the old English proverb. For Ai Teramoto, a young artist based in Tokyo, they are also the source of human creativity and imagination.