With the “visvim ARCHIVES,” Tokyo’s Isetan Shinjuku department store presents an exhibition celebrating visvim’s 15th anniversary. The exhibition features selected from visvim items past collections curated by designer Hiroki Nakamura. Taking place in the seventh-floor art gallery of the Japanese store the exhibition also features a coffee stand manned by Nakamura’s little cloud coffee. Open until April 11 only 100 visitors will be accommodated at a time, so if you are in the Tokyo area make sure to pay this special event a visit.
With his animated GIFs series Macedonian artist and photographer, Damjan Cvetkov-Dimitrov takes us on a surreal trip to Tokyo, capturing a futuristic and desolated atmosphere that this multimillion city radiates.Through his camera lens Dimitrov shows us his fascination for the city and in his article on Medium, he explains us why he’s trapped in Tokyo forever.
CC4441 by architect Tomokazu Hayakawa is a new office and art exhibit space in Tokyo, against the fact that the Japanese building regulations prohibit the use of shipping containers for permanent structures, Tomokazu Hayakawa sidestep these regulations because his containers are wrapped around an internal wood frame.