A picture is worth a million words… At least that is how people feel when viewing illustrations by a mysterious Japanese performer Avogado6 . The illustrator and movie editor doesn’t share many personal facts about his life. “I am a normal person who likes chemistry,” he writes on his Twitter profile
The arrangements of flowers offer far more than a pattern employing flowers and foliage neatly distributed in an appropriate container.
Not only is it a form of relaxation, but flower arrangement reawakens an awareness of nature upon which a philosophy – that of restraint and simplicity — is based.
Korean studio Everyday Practice is constantly challenging its own design methodologies. Not only working in two-dimensional print, the studio, founded by Kwon Joonho, Kim Kyung-chul and Kim also expands its creative practice across a multitude of digital and experiential platforms. Source: Designing for all aspects of Korean culture: the multi-talented
This is the best of what good industrial design has to offer. The Paperpot Transplanter, a Japanese invention for farmers, lets one person do in minutes what ordinarily takes an hour: As cool as that tool is, what’s even more impressive is how the designers thought through the loading process.
Japanese Theater Poster: Near the Window. Tsuchika Nishimura, Gunji Tatsuhiko, Shun Sasaki. 2015 Tags: tsuchika nishimura, tatsuhiko gunji, shun sasaki, flyer, poster, illustration, theater, 2015, 2010s, 西村ツチカ, 郡司龍彦, 佐々木俊, フライヤー, チラシ, ポスター, イラストレーション, 演劇ポスター, Posted 1 month ago | 109 notes | Reblog | Enlarge |Source
Japanese Advertising: Condomania – Preserve the love, wear a condom. Junkichi Tatsuki, Paul Matheson, Photographer Hal. 2014 Tags: junkichi tatsuki, paul matheson, photographer hal, Ogilvy & Mather Japan, advertising, 2014, 2010s, 田付潤吉, ポール・マセソン, フォトグラファー ハル, オグルヴィ・アンド・メイザー・ジャパン, 広告, Posted 3 weeks ago | 158 notes | Reblog | Enlarge |Source
sugawaradaisuke knew it was time for this old typology to level up. they set out to upgrade the typical japanese lake house into something truly refreshing and modern. the result of much research and thought, this retreat has fun on every level — and there are more levels then you’d think. in this two story
Mixed-use café and co-working spaces may be old hat in places like London, Amsterdam or New York, but in buttoned-up Milan, they’re something of a rarer breed. Milanese cafes comprise mainly the typical Italian stand-up-and-sip variety and casual office space is few and far between, relegated to the up-and-coming but
td-atelier’s renovation of a japanese guesthouse combines traditional architectural elements with modern interventions. located nearby kyoto’s nijo castle, the townhouse was built 120 years ago in a typical narrow and slender site with five horizontal areas, two of which were disassembled and replaced by ‘voids’. photos by matsumura kohei
by Michael Raver Premium menswear brand Takuya Duncan has been making casual but sophisticated clothing for several years now. In his designs, founder Takuya Suzuki combines style and inspiration from his motherland of Japan, and his current home in East Hampton. This heritage and tradition play perfectly against modern-day flourishes
Art #digital #flowers #installation #Japan April 10, 2018 Kate Sierzputowski For the Hanami 2050 exhibition in Fukuoka, Japan, Danish floral designer Nicolai Bergmann collaborated with the Tokyo-based design firm Onesal to create a series of dazzling botanical animations. The works were created under the concept of “future flowers,” and
This post was originally published on this site DEZEEN The Ace Hotel chain is opening its first Japanese outpost in Kyoto this winter, in a former telephone exchange building overhauled by Kengo Kuma . Japanese architect Kuma will convert the ShinPuhKan building – originally designed by Tetsuro Yoshida and completed