21.11.13 by Jeff

Ozabu

Drawings by Japanese artist Ozabu

Drawings by Japanese artist Ozabu. She doesn’t have a website yet but emailed me some beautiful images. You can follow her on Instagram @ozabu. See more below!

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25.09.13 by Jeff

Noritaka Minami

Photographer Noritaka Minami

“1972”, photos of the Nakagin Capsule Tower in Tokyo, by Noritaka Minami. The building was designed by Kisho Kurokawa with interchangeable capsules so that the structure could be continually updated. But that was not the case, none of the “futuristic” units were ever replaced, and the building slowly deteriorated. Minami shot this series in 2011 as plans were announced to demolish the building.

More images below!

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06.08.13 by Jeff

Osamu Yokonami

Photographer Osamu Yokonami

Photographer Osamu Yokonami

Photographer Osamu Yokonami

Photos by Osamu Yokonami, Japan. Fantastic work here, I’d love to have enormous prints of several of these. I’ve included roughly a million more images below, enjoy.

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24.06.13 by Staff

“Hyper Drive”

hyper drive
This video instantly reminded me of this video, (maybe a bit too much) but it’s a pretty basic idea – mirror effect on a train ride through Japan. In any case it’s really enjoyable to look at. Watch “Hyper Drive” below!

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03.06.13 by Staff

Takashi Murakami Interview

Takashi Murakami Exclusive Interview from The Creators Project
Takashi Murakami, the artist behind the superflat movement, shares about his creative process and his first live-action feature film, Jellyfish Eyes. Watch the interview below!

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30.05.13 by Jeff

600 sunrises atop Mt. Fuji by Yu Yamauchi

yu yamauchi mt fuji photography
Every morning at dawn for 600 days, Yu Yamauchi took a picture from the same location, living in a hut near the summit of Mt. Fuji. See more from this amazing series below!

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06.03.13 by Jeff

Animations by Asami Ike

Animations by Asami Ike
Loving the style of these animations by Asami Ike! Watch a couple of them below!

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09.01.13 by Jeff

Erosie

erosie pattern formation
In my opinion, a good project allows people of all skill levels to participate and produces something worth looking at. Sometimes it’s tricky to do both. Erosie’s recent murals in Osaka Japan do both beautifully. By using paper to mask certain areas, he was able to have kids contribute in a way that was structured but also completely unstructured. I love this idea, take a look below!

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