Takayo Noda is a collage artist, printmaker, writer, and illustrator, born in Tokyo and now living in NYC. In 2007, she designed this faceted glass installation for the Sutter Ave. MTA station in East New York, Brooklyn. Continue reading →
Illustrator Fmio Watanabe was born in Nagasaki and currently lives in Tokyo, where he creates highly detailed and saturated images of towns and buildings for posters, calendars, and children’s books. Continue reading →
When urban planner Cherry Chaicharn relocated from her beloved San Francisco to Hong Kong, she founded August Table, a company that creates city-centric tableware. Her first collection of dishes celebrates the neighborhoods of San Francisco, including Glen Park/Noe Valley, Castro/Mission Districts, South of Market, and North Beach. Continue reading →
eBoy strikes again! Remember the LA poster I wrote about a year and a half ago? Here’s the same pixel-based aesthetic, but this poster benefits Amnesty International’s Poverty Is Modern campaign. Continue reading →
Just in time for snot season! These handkerchiefs from MUJI are eco-friendly and educational, each featuring a historic map of NYC, Tokyo, or London. Seriously, how awesome are they? Continue reading →
70 Years Later: Cincinnati Revisited spotlights the photography of Michael G. Smith, who has captured views identical to the Cincinnati photographs by his grandfather, Nelson RonSheim, 70 years later. Fascinating!