Created by This is Real Art, Shibuya is a limited edition photo book documenting Japanese commuters at the world’s busiest station and intersection: Tokyo’s Shibuya. A sequence of 29 portraits by photographer Adam Hinton, reveals both the misery and pressures involved.
Case bound in soft grey cloth, the cover has a simple foil embossed graphic from the Japanese ‘walk/don’t walk’ sign, along with the book’s title in katakana lettering.
French design group Orée has developed a bluetooth equipped portable wireless keyboard made from a single piece of sustainably sourced maple or walnut. Each unit is cut into three sheets to preserve the wood grain across the shell and separate keys to minimize waste.
Conceived as a universally compatible device, it works with any tablet, smartphone or PC.
Lots to love in the Melbourne home of John Parker.
No.5 modular storage system from Voice.
Components in Order, 2005. By Tauba Auerbach.
Photo by John Engstead for Harper’s Bazaar, January 1957.
Photo by Norman Parkinson, 1970.
Via They Roared Vintage.