Paris, Tokyo: André Saraiva
In this episode, the world-renowned graffiti artist André Saraiva tells us about the strong links between his artwork and the city of Tokyo. Born in 1971 in Sweden and moved to Paris in 1981, André started painting his iconic alter ego “Mr. A” in 1994 and making many collaborations. Ten years later, he opened the legendary Parisian club Le Baron. Thereafter, he also produced a number of brand-new venues around the world, while pursuing his artistic journey.
Romain Veillon Reveals an Abandoned Japan
Romain Veillon has two passions in life, first, urbex, the exploration of abandoned locations, and secondly, photography.
'Tokyo Sanpo', Exploring Tokyo by Bike and by Comic
While living in Tokyo for six months, Florent Chavouet began to sketch his modest everyday life.
Book and Bed, a Sleepover in a Library
Whose never dreamt of spending the night in a library? It's now possible at Book and Bed, a chain of unique hotels in Shinjuku, Ikebukuro, Asakusa, Fukuoka and Kyoto.
Japanese Tattoo Art Spotlighted at Restaurant Sake Dojo
At the heart of Los Angeles' 'Little Tokyo', the largest Japanese district in the US, a new restaurant is making waves with its interior design inspired by Japanese tattoo art.
Brusque House, the Art of Ageing Leather
It is with expert hands that Tetsuya Sato is able to give your shoes an aged effect and the aspect of refinement that accompanies.