Category Archives: Places
Some photos of my neighborhood.
When hiking in the mountains, don’t forget the nihonshu. And don’t miss that great view of skytree. But do bring your dog, there is even special water so he can do a prayer.
After a week in the UK, I got back on the aeroplane to Tokyo. Aside from the daily earthquakes/aftershocks (including the particularly violent M7.4 the night I got back) I was also greeted by cherry blossom. And no hanami session … Continue reading
Recently I took a break to Hiroshima to get some space from Tokyo. The okonomiyaki was oishi. Peace cranes are dotted around everywhere. Funky broom, just chillin’ in the bushes. A junk shop using old vinyl to display prices. Cool … Continue reading
Since the 8.7 earthquake on Friday 11th March 2011, I have been living in Tokyo. Here are some images, materials and thoughts collected in that time. Despite the funny photo, we were actually scared shitless. When the earthquake struck Tokyo … Continue reading
[Audio clip: view full post to listen] This is what an earthquake sounds like from an office in downtown Tokyo.
Beautiful, minimal use of space and colour. This piece was fun and playful. Write your worries on the mystery package and smash it. I wrote わかりません。 Monimals. I’m sure these guys are going to be a smash. They have a … Continue reading
Broke my Pecha-Kucha cherry last night. Each speaker was varied and captivating. A lot to take in but here are the first two that came to mind when I woke up this morning. The Eyewriter from Evan Roth on Vimeo. … Continue reading
I support some charities with my design work. One such charity is St. Margaret’s House. I just finished this poster for the good folks at the Gallery Café.
Nice bicycle-centric café just opened up at the Clerkenwell end of Old Street. They have wifi, places to park your bike, friendly staff, good lagers, a calm outdoor area and a workshop. I’ll be back lots this summer.