“Be patient (patience is something I often lose).”
How does living in Japan influence your work? During my first two years in Tokyo, I was inspired by a vintage book that I found in the neighbourhood of Jinbōchō, a place full of old libraries and used books. I discovered artist Takashi Kōno – a kind of Japanese Paul Rand, who mixes Western styles with a Japanese spirit. His work really impressed me, and with this I started focusing my attention on Japanese graphic design of the last century.
At the moment, my attention is more on Japanese arts and crafts: ceramics, wood sculptures and textile design from the countryside. →
Published on Dec 14, 2015
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