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Posts Tagged ‘Tokyo’
You like magazines that relate to architecture? Expect to be in either Osaka (September 1-17) or Tokyo (September 21-23)? Then you’ll want to check out the “Archizines Osaka/Tokyo” exhibition. The showcase of new architecture fanzines, journals and magazines from around the world that provide an alternative to the established architectural press. Visit the event site [...]
The third issue of Tokyo-based TOO MUCH magazine launched here in Tokyo a few weeks ago, but a second launch will happen in Paris this Thursday (July 5, from 19:00) at Bureau de Change. The event will include the magazine’s co-founder, Audrey Fondecave, an installation by Item Idem, and a film selection by Cédrick Eymenier.
We’re a week away from the launch of the third issue of TOO MUCH Magazine — produced by my Radio OK Fred co-hosts Yoshi Tsujimura and Audrey Fondecave — and here are details on what to expect in the issue, as well as at the launch event, which is happening at the Center for Cosmic [...]
Readers will have noticed that the site hasn’t been receiving as much love as it should over the past month, but the thirst for magazine sustenance is as strong as ever, and here in Tokyo, we’re currently celebrating print culture as part of the 10th edition of the Magazine Library, held at Hillside Terrace in [...]
This article was posted on May 6, 2012 under the category Events, New Releases, and covers the following topics: Audrey Fondecave, Daikanyama, Hillside Terrace, Luis Mendo, Magazine Library, OK Fred, PauseTalk, PechaKucha, Radio OK Fred, Tokyo, TOO MUCH, Yoshi Tsujimura
It’s not often that I get to cover something that is happening in Tokyo, and here’s an event/exhibition by mono.kultur that recently kicked off (running until February 17) — I unfortunately couldn’t make it to the opening due to a flu outbreak at home. Our first project in 2012 is kind of an unusual one [...]
The new issue of Amsterdam-based fashion brand Tenue de Nîmes’ magazine, Journal de Nîmes, is out (No. 7), and the theme this time is North America. You can read the entire issue online here (Issuu-powered), but proceeds from sales of the print copy here will contribute to Japan aid. Also, this issue features Luis Mendo‘s [...]
This article was posted on March 25, 2011 under the category New Releases, Print, and covers the following topics: Issuu, Japan Earthquake, Journal de Nîmes, Luis Mendo, New York, Tenue de Nîmes, Tokyo
I remember reading a mention of Tokyo’s Only Free Paper shop in Andrew’s recent “Magosphere” news round-up post, and although I saved the link, I hadn’t check the location, and now I’m kicking myself because just yesterday I was a minute away from where it’s located. The idea for the shop is an interesting one: [...]
What you see pictured in this post is a piece of Monocle-branded chocolate I received when I purchased my issue of the Monocle Alpino newspaper at the Monocle shop in Aoyama last week. The chocolate itself was not particularly good, but receiving it along with my change after my purchase was a pleasant experience, and [...]