Hi-five! We are 5 today!
Airside Nippon participated together with 19 other artists in decorating bespoke pencils for an exhibition titled “Feel World ～ Feel Japan ～ Feel Tokyo” to celebrate the grand opening of the Sanseido Ikebukuro Book Store. Airside Nippon contributed two designs in the form of JK (Classic Japanese high school girl in sailor uniform) and Salaryman. All pencils are 2B and Made in Japan. Exhibition opened in November and will continue into early next year.
Our designs for Japan Day Project has reached the capital of France. The main visual illustrated by us have been used to ‘ad-wrap’ two buses which cruise the streets of Paris, ferrying passengers to and from the Japan Expo. Next up is Taiwan Comic Expo!
Japan Day Projectに提供したデザインがラッピングバスとなりJapan Expo.の一環としてパリの街を走ったようです！
Watch HERE for our exhibition’s opening party captured, directed and edited by Daisuke Inoue at Boomerang. Music by Philip Pinsky.
Final day of our 2nd exhibition at Smart Ship gallery In Shimokitazawa. More info on how to get there HERE
We found our Android avatar designs inside Shinjuku station on one of the main walkways.
Some photos from last week of our work being put up in Tokyo Midtown for the 7.2 MID Week celebrations.
Only a week left to enjoy our design currently covering the Ritz-Carlton Cafe & Deli window in Midtown, Roppongi. The vinyl will be taken down on 2nd December.
Spending today’s lunchtime sat in designer chairs and in front of our window design for The Ritz-Carlton Cafe & Deli. It was all curated by the lovely people at Tokyo Bussanten.