Onitsuka Tiger: Crafted in Japan. Worn around the Globe.
Shunga: an Erotic Art First Admired, Then Prohibited
Eminently inventive and marked by a liberated sense of sexuality, these engravings from the Edo period capture intimate moments in the act.
Tanaka Tatsuya's Teeny Tiny World
By subverting the nature and the functionality of everyday objects, the artist has blown up on social media.
A House Uniting Modernity with Okinawan Nature and Tradition
Atop a small hill in Nanjo City, Okinawa, there sits a large house with a concrete roof. It is the home-cum-office of Toshiyuki Igarashi.
Chindogu, the Art of Subverting Useful Objects
Created by Kenji Kawakami during the 1980s in Japan, these super objects are both useless and charming, making a splash around the world.
The Little-Known, Frenetic Japan of Tatsuo Suzuki
A latecomer to photography, he succeeds brilliantly at translating all the power of a being through his street photography.