Tag Archives: Japanese Design

Pick of the Week: You Gotta Have Wa

By Regina Connell. Certain design cultures drive design aesthetics, and I’d be hard-pressed to find one whose influence is greater than Japan’s. It’s not just Hello Kitty (the not-cat), sushi, manga and anime, Goth Lolitas, and J-Pop. There’s Frank Lloyd … Continue reading

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What we’re reading…Early Spring 2012

Here’s a wrap-up of the best design and craft-related reading material we’ve seen over the last couple of months…the list is predictably quirky (of course) and not all are shiny and new (why is it that only new books get … Continue reading

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Noticed: Noa Ceramics

By Linda Ricci. There are rare objects that have the power to redeem us, or so it feels. They have grace, they have soul, and they have a purity that can save us from our harried, anxious, grasping lives. Oh, … Continue reading

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