New Work – Flyer & Program for Kunito Int’l Strings School 8th Student Rectial

New Work – Flyer & Program for Kunito Int’l Strings School 8th Student Rectial Newest work for Kunito Int’l Strings School is here! It’s their 8th Student Recital, and the number of students in the school just keeps growing. The recital itself is divided into two sections – the students section, and the adults section. It’s a popular strings school […]

By | October 8th, 2016|design, work|

World Book Design Exhibition @ the Printing Museum Tokyo

World Book Design Exhibition @ the Printing Museum Tokyo Today is Valentine’s Day (sigh). With nobody to spend it with, and an unusually hot day for February, (it was sunny and about 72F), I decided to go to the Printing Museum Tokyo. Why not, right? The World Book Design Exhibition itself is free to enter. Exquisite books from all over […]

By | February 14th, 2016|design, exhibition, tokyo|

New Work – Flyer for Shakujii Int’l Orchestra’s 3rd Annual Concert

New Work – Flyer for Shakujii Int’l Orchestra’s 3rd Annual Concert Newest work for Shakujii Int’l Orchestra’s 3rd Annual Flyer is here! You can check out their concert info and schedule here. This concert features guest performer Professor Rudolf Haken, an internationally renowned musician rocking a five-string viola. The concert is FREE and is on Sunday June 19th, 2016.

By | February 13th, 2016|design, work|

Naoki Urasawa’s Exhibition is Finally Here

Naoki Urasawa’s Exhibition is Finally Here I’d hate to give it all away, so let me make this a short notice that Naoki Urasawa’s solo exhibition is on at the Setagaya Literary Museum. I went there this weekend and it is something to see. I grew up reading his comics, and it was astonishing to revisit old scenes, characters, and […]

By | January 19th, 2016|design, exhibition, tokyo|

New Work – Flyer Design for Kunito Int’l Youth Orchestra’s 3rd Annual Concert

New Work – Flyer Design for Kunito Int’l Youth Orchestra’s 3rd Annual Concert New work for my friend Kunito Nishitani’s youth orchestra “Kunito Int’l Youth Orchestra” is now out! Kunito Int’l Youth Orchestra (formerly known as Shakujii Int’l Youth Orchestra) is a junior string based orchestra located in Shakujii, Tokyo. Along with its senior counterpart Shakujii Int’l Orchestra, it focuses […]

By | December 27th, 2015|design, work|

Takashi Murakami’s “The 500 Arhats” is purely awesome

Takashi Murakami’s “The 500 Arhats” is purely awesome If you are in Tokyo and you even like a little bit of art, you need to go see this. If you are not in Tokyo and not interested in art, you should still come visit. Tokyo is awesome, trust me. So this modern artist Takashi Murakami is having a big show […]

By | November 9th, 2015|design, exhibition, tokyo|

Tokyo Design Week 2015

Tokyo Design Week 2015 From Oct.24-Nov.3 the annual Tokyo design week event was held, and I had the chance to visit the main pavilion last week. I’ve summarized the highlights, and upload some photos from the event. 1. What is Tokyo Design Week? The Tokyo Design Week is an annual event where companies, professionals, schools, etc. from all over the […]

By | November 7th, 2015|design, exhibition, tokyo|

New Work – Cover Design for Kunito Int’l String School Student Recital

New Work – Cover Design for Kunito Int’l String School Student Recital New work for my friend Kunito Nishitani’s International String School student recital is completed! This student recital is the 7th in its series (congrats to all the students and Kuni!), and it is absolutely wonderful to have been a continuous partner in the creative side. There are over […]

By | October 24th, 2015|design, work|

Dinosaur Museum in Fukui – now this is a Jurassic town

Dinosaur Museum in Fukui – now this is a Jurassic town This past summer I had a chance to visit the Fukui Prefectural Dinosaur Museum. (Fukui is a northern region in Japan, about 3 hours away from Tokyo by the Shinkansen and express trains). Since this year the new Jurassic World came out, it was a nice opportunity for me […]

By | October 18th, 2015|design, exhibition|
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