PAISLEY PARKS “MEIKO WIRE”
Pen × INDUSTRIAL JP
This experimental music project brings cutting-edge technology to Japanese craftsmanship to create music labels from back alley workshops. One musician is assigned to one workshop, producing hypnotic sounds and scenes of the manufacturing process.
Accolades include: Grand Prix Prize at the Tokyo Art Directors Club 2017, Golden award at the Good Design Award 2017, Cannes Lions 2017, NY ADC 2017 and Spikes Asia 2017 in overseas.
The most recent work brings visuals and sounds together from Meiko Futaba, a factory that specializes in electric wires and harnesses. The high-tech JUKE dance music comes from Chicago.
Kohei Yoshiyuki, the Voyeur of Tokyo's Voyeurs
The reedition of the publication ‘The Park’ takes us on a night walk through the parks of Tokyo, out in full sight.
The Surreal World of Icelandic Twins
The series ‘Eagle and Raven’ by photographer Ariko Inaoka allows its audience to spend seven summers in the daily lives of two sisters.
Katsumi Watanabe’s ‘Gangs of Kabukicho’, the Birth of a District
Born just before the end of the war, the photographer saw the subsequent emergence of Tokyo's infamous red light district Kabukicho.
AD FOODSapporo, at the Roots of Japanese Cuisine
Fish and shellfish, fruits and vegetables, dairy products, wagyu beef... the list of foods that Hokkaido exports to the rest of the archipelago is long.
LOVE HOUSE, a Windowless House
Takeshi Hosaka Architects designed a two-storey house with an area of 33 m2 for a couple, with the distinctive feature of having no windows.