SOIE:LABO, Wabi Sabi and Silk Flowers
The artist Miyuki Nakajima embodies the spirit of wabi-sabi when creating her artificial silk flowers. The concept, which allows for the expression of beauty within imperfection is the Japanese artist’s underpinning philosophy, having launched her own brand SOIE:LABO in 2013 where her silk flower creations evolve with the seasons.
Three years after its inception, the designer is now releasing a new collection, employing techniques drawn from savoir-faire of Japanese artisans and painters such as sumi, traditional ink and iwa enogu, a paint made from natural minerals. She has also previously collaborated with the brand Divka during Tokyo Fashion Week, and is now based in Paris where she presented her first exhibition in the gardens of the Palais Royal.
Miyouki NAKAJIMA Exhibition vol.2 - Les Vestiges du jour
16 october - 17 november 2018
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Miyouki NAKAJIMA Exposition vol.3
15 - 28 november 2018
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The mysterious first images of our short fiction film, shot in Tokyo with Eric Wareheim (Master of None)
The team at Pen Magazine International is pleased to present the first images of our short fiction film, shot in Tokyo by Jean-Baptiste Braud.
AD TRAVELA Sailing Tradition
The Shima Peninsula, which is located in southern Mie Prefecture, along with the surrounding Ise-Shima National Park, is mostly privately owned: A remarkable ninety-six percent of the land, in fact.3:57
'Dark Eros': The Book Painting Eroticism Black
Released on 29 June 2018, Dark Eros seeks to recreate the inherited eroticism of the black art of films, novels and the imagination.
The Awe-inspiring Nature Protects Ise Jingu
Mie Prefecture lies virtually in the centre of Japan’s Pacific coast, and Shima Peninsula is situated in the central eastern portion of the prefecture.
1964 — Photographer Cody Ellingham Explores the Architecture of the First Tokyo Olympics
1964 will forever be incomplete.