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“Rackgaki” online

Thursday, June 2nd, 2011

The director of legendary Japanese Graffiti doco “Rackgaki” has put it online:

some great footage and tunes aswell.


Tuesday, January 18th, 2011

if nothing for his bio:

Born in Tokyo, 1984. NANOOK lived in a Christian boarding school located in the deep mountain for junior high school and high school. Less-noted, he has a dark past as he once belonged to the Research Group of Daniel, Book of Revelation. But he has gained recognized by people little by little for his fight with a king salmon for 30 minute-long in Alaska in his college student day. Currently, he works on design, drawing for ”A Delicate Relation You & Me”. He has another face as a seismologist “Magnitude Takahashi”. The resource is coming from National Geographic though.


Tuesday, October 12th, 2010

Talented young Tabaimo creates animated works that are as beautifully crafted and aesthetically appealing as they are enigmatic, fascinating, and often quite disturbing. Not content to simply construct beautiful or intriguing images, she clearly aims to offer a complex and pessimistic vision of Japanese society at the start of the new millennium.



Monday, September 13th, 2010

Shingo always sounds better in Japanese:


Takayuki Ina

Friday, July 30th, 2010

Along with Tomoyuki Washio, Takayuki Ina is really at the forefront of the illustration scene in Nagoya.

He doesn’t have much of a web presence ( ) but his live painting sessions are hour long meditations and explorations into playfully abstract worlds.

He has also participated in quite a few fashion and music collabos, aswell as regular exhibitions throughout Japan and recently the U.S.

Isometric map of Hong kong

Friday, July 9th, 2010

amazing detail:

Masakatsu Sashie

Friday, April 23rd, 2010

Yoshihiro Higai “Cold Frame”

Wednesday, February 17th, 2010

Skate/snowboard photographer Yoshihiro Higai is having his 2nd exhibition “Cold Frame” at Studio Fish i in Daikanyama (sorry there doesn’t seem to be any English info available).

To check the extent of what he has done check out the “Skate 80’s” section on his site:

silly shit

Tuesday, November 10th, 2009

Haikyou Photography

Sunday, July 12th, 2009

I recently stumbled upon this guy’s website of Haikyou (ruins/relics) photography throughout Japan.

He goes by the pseudonym of Shibakouen Koutaro and photographs abandoned schools, amusement parks, apartment buildings , factories and the like.

All in all he has forcefully entered about 74 of these sites and has taken some amazing photos documenting the eerie decay and desolation of areas that were apparently once busy places.






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