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Cornelia invited me to the opening of Kouchi Okamoto’s exhibition at Pola Museum Annex in Ginza. Kouchi performed a live sound installation piece with his Pendulum Sound Machine and we got to see the Music Table, an intricate web of … Continue reading
Some photos of my neighborhood.
It looks like a comedy t-shirt design but it is a bona fide public information graphic from Tokyo NRT.
Dance, lanterns, drums and more meat and beer than anyone can handle. Last night we hitched a ride to the matsuri in the awesome vehicle pictured above. I think the driver liked my jinbei.
I don’t think I have ever seen a cute public toilet before. Apparently it was nice inside too.
In many stores in Tokyo you find cute hand drawn signs and tags, even in the big chains like Matsumoto Kiyoshi where I found this. It seems like there is normally at least one staff member talented enough. The cute … Continue reading
As with most things in Tokyo, variety seems to be key when it comes to voting. I am keen on the bold, super-heavy typography on these political campaigning posters.
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