Street artists El Mac and Retna touch on some very interesting issues concerning art and meaning: Continue reading Compelling Street Art
The movie theater was fairly barren as we walked out. It was one of those moments, where you just want to see the last bits of the rolling texts to see who … As we entered the lobby, the security officer was holding a tablet talking passionately to a customer over a coffee. We nodded as we passed, which apparently fitted him just perfectly: Continue reading “Hello Shotgun”
Hans hænder er knoklede og rutinerede. Hans stemme er rusten og livlig. Takahashi Tsunebei er ikke nogen almindelig Tokyoit. Han er 88 år og en af de sidste Some-Komon tryk-eksperter tilbage.
Or is it the other way around?
Fascinating, what an artist can ad to a space. Strolling by Comme des Garçons on Omotesando, it was hard not to be drawn in by a fascinating piece placed outside the minimalistic fashion boutique: Industrial room dividers with high contrast colors and bold typefaces. Continue reading “Gallery Fashion”
Nothing better than to retrun home after a cold walk and snug your legs under the Kotatsu – a Japanese heated table. As this viddy shows, little action is neither desirable less possible. Continue reading The Kotatsu Cat