Tokyo Desu is a project by talented artists Nina Geometrieva and Damjan Dimitrov, together they explore the beautiful city of Tokyo, Japan.
Brazilian Graphic designer André Luis Santos "Studio Ghibli Movie Posters" showcases the beautiful and remarkable movie of the Studio Ghibli. Studio Ghibli, Inc. is a Japanese animation film studio based in Koganei, Tokyo, Japan.
“Membrane” is a contract chair, where the synergistic relationship between simplicity, ergonomics and technology is emphasized . It is presented as a versatile chair designed to enter the various environments of daily life, such as working, educational or domestic.
Chris Rudz was born in Poland. Everybody thought he'll be a professional sportsman, except his mom who would see him and his brother more as a priest.
Arunas Kacinskas is a 28-year-old Illustrator/ Graphic designer. He graduated with a degree in Multimedia Art studies and is working for creative agency.
Dima Dmitriev is an Illustrator from Russia. Dima considers himself as a hobbyist and draws for fun.
An incredible Glitch-inspired theme kickstarted FITC Tokyo 2015 conference. FITC stands for ‘Future. Innovation. Technology. Creativity.’ – four BIG words that portrays the essence of what the company and the events they hosted are all about. It aims to produce design …
The Lost Geisha is a project that was born because of Jvdas Berra’s love for Japan. In this story, he wanted to merge the Mexican folklore in a dream location called “Jardines de Mexico,” the world’s largest themed garden. Let …
Concert Hall Design is a project by Levente Gyulai, a 27-yr-old architect living and currently working in Budapest in collaboration with Reznicsek Zoltan.
RiPrism is a luxury Korean and Japanese nail art and accessory brand specialising in producing glitter in a vast range of tints, hues and textures within individually curated themes. The shape plays with both the positive and negative shapes of a …
Kokeshi is a personal project of a graphic designer from El Salvador, Virgilio Cortez. He modeled the pieces first and made some composition sketches afterwards. Let us take a look at his project and enjoy!
Nuria Madrid, a freelance designer from Barcelona, Spain visited Kyoto a few years back and fell in love with the city. Her project Kyoto represents her fascination about the city and the Japanese culture.