A city reveals its secrets to those on foot. In this fascinating video, Alexander Tochilovsky, an adjunct professor of design and typography at The Cooper Union School of Art, shows Quartz how these oft-overlooked signs and markings can reveal layers of stories about a city’s past. A trained graphic designer, Tochilovsky has been keenly observing the letters on commercial signs,...
Icheon Ceramics Village in Gyeonggi Province, South Korea, is home to over 300 ceramics studios where artists use traditional techniques to produce a wide range of functional pottery and artwork. Nearly 40 of the studios still use wood-fired kilns. This video filmed by the American Museum of Cer
He was known as a ‘sedentary adventurer’, spending much of his life shooting the sand dunes right by his house. But when the Japanese master photographer died, 5,000 unseen pictures came to light. Every one is a stunning surprise
This website features Sendai’s great and beautiful arts and crafts, including traditional toy, pottery, and furniture, which attracts everyone from all over Japan. We hope you find interest in these beautiful crafts, and you are invited to visit these craftsmen and view them creating their works in Sendai.
Photographer Reuben Wu's (previously) latest series attempts to bring the alien mystique of planetary exploration to our own world, creating theatrically-lit compositions with the aid of GPS-enabled drones. "Lux Noctis" is influenced by a confluence of 19th century romantic painti
In town of Namie in Fukushima, Japan, a girl poses in a school gym; outside of the frame of French photographers Carlos Ayesta and Guillaume Bression, her mother is weeping. It’s a place they once knew well and perhaps even took for granted, but in the years following the nuclear disaster, the tsunami, and the earthquake, it has fallen into ruins.
In ‘The Pangaea Pop-up’ Lesson, animator Biljana Labovic decided the best way to illustrate moving, shifting tectonic plates was to use a physical object that could also move and shift. Here, Labovic explains how she and her team of animators created a pop-up book to visualize Pangaea -- and how you can make your own.
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