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Mikito Ozeki / 尾関幹人
@CLEAR EDITION & GALLERY , Roppongi / TOKYO


尾関さんご本人に作品の解説をしていただきました。

切り絵という表現方法に至った経緯や、現在の形までの成熟のさせ方等、非常に内容の濃ゆいお話を聞かせていただきました。
また、昨年のNIKE PIVOT POINTの裏話等も聞かせていただき、裏側というものを感じることができました。


展示は、6/29までなのでみなさんお早目に足を運んで下さい!


Naoya IIDA “2face”

freshnessmag:

Dope Jack Purcell sneaker wall at the @Converse Greater China FW 2013 preview

freshnessmag:

Dope Jack Purcell sneaker wall at the @Converse Greater China FW 2013 preview

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acehotel:

Prince’s House, a project from The Prince’s Foundation,  is a new kind of vision — making enquiries into our ability to address sustainability while maintaining our relationship with craft and materiality. At times it feels like we’re barreling toward a future where we’ll wear solar powered Snuggies, sunbathe under full-spectrum fluorescent lighting and dissolve high-efficiency miso-probiotic tablets under our tongues for dinner. The Prince sees it differently. No slave to the numbered spectrum of carbon output, but with due respect to contemporary technologies, he and his team aimed to create a prototype for a home that feels like home, while saving money, energy and our beloved Earth for inhabitants one and all. We appreciate that so much care was put into making the house feel as good as it is for the environment — the kinesthetics of living, thriving and being responsible stewards.
You can read about Prince’s House deeply considered materiality and its role in the conversation about sustainability innovation here, here, here and here but we wanted to share some of the details that make us relax a bit at the utterance of the phrase “zero-footprint.” Put away your tinfoil hats and stay awhile.

acehotel:

Prince’s House, a project from The Prince’s Foundation,  is a new kind of vision — making enquiries into our ability to address sustainability while maintaining our relationship with craft and materiality. At times it feels like we’re barreling toward a future where we’ll wear solar powered Snuggies, sunbathe under full-spectrum fluorescent lighting and dissolve high-efficiency miso-probiotic tablets under our tongues for dinner. The Prince sees it differently. No slave to the numbered spectrum of carbon output, but with due respect to contemporary technologies, he and his team aimed to create a prototype for a home that feels like home, while saving money, energy and our beloved Earth for inhabitants one and all. We appreciate that so much care was put into making the house feel as good as it is for the environment — the kinesthetics of living, thriving and being responsible stewards.

You can read about Prince’s House deeply considered materiality and its role in the conversation about sustainability innovation here, here, here and here but we wanted to share some of the details that make us relax a bit at the utterance of the phrase “zero-footprint.” Put away your tinfoil hats and stay awhile.

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wykg:

buddy tote backpack is last one left at #HypeBeaststore. I’m happy to see our buddy sale well. / バディのトートバックパックが#ハイプビースト にてラスト1個。売れてて嬉しい限りです!#buddyhappy

wykg:

buddy tote backpack is last one left at #HypeBeaststore. I’m happy to see our buddy sale well. / バディのトートバックパックが#ハイプビースト にてラスト1個。売れてて嬉しい限りです!#buddyhappy

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acehotel:

Jeremy and Sabrina came to Portland, stayed with us and ate like kings, and they have the pictures to prove it.

acehotel:

Jeremy and Sabrina came to Portland, stayed with us and ate like kings, and they have the pictures to prove it.

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tomsachs:

Panopticon Bitches!

tomsachs:

Panopticon Bitches!

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acehotel:

In 1912, Alfred Stieglitz presented a showcase of water colors, drawings and pastels by children in his epochal gallery 291, named for its address on Fifth Avenue, around the corner from The Breslin Hotel where Ace Hotel New York now makes its home. The gallery was the first to introduce Americans to revolutionary European artists like Picasso, Braque, Matisse, Brancusi, Picabia, Duchamp, Rodin and Rousseau, as well as homegrown visionaries like Paul Strand, Edward Steichen, Alfred Maurer and Georgia O’Keeffe. It was also the first American gallery to treat children’s art as something worthy of contemplation. In 1913, The Armory Show brought many of the artists first shown in America at 291 to the masses, and the mainstream press, to a famously mixed reception. As we approach the centennial of the original Armory Show in March 2013, and our own celebratory gallery show in the lobby of excerpts from the show’s Focus section — a look at thriving but under-recognized art communities around the world — we’ll take a few glances back at the little gallery around the corner that changed everything.  

acehotel:

In 1912, Alfred Stieglitz presented a showcase of water colors, drawings and pastels by children in his epochal gallery 291, named for its address on Fifth Avenue, around the corner from The Breslin Hotel where Ace Hotel New York now makes its home. The gallery was the first to introduce Americans to revolutionary European artists like Picasso, Braque, Matisse, Brancusi, Picabia, Duchamp, Rodin and Rousseau, as well as homegrown visionaries like Paul Strand, Edward Steichen, Alfred Maurer and Georgia O’Keeffe. It was also the first American gallery to treat children’s art as something worthy of contemplation. In 1913, The Armory Show brought many of the artists first shown in America at 291 to the masses, and the mainstream press, to a famously mixed reception. As we approach the centennial of the original Armory Show in March 2013, and our own celebratory gallery show in the lobby of excerpts from the show’s Focus section — a look at thriving but under-recognized art communities around the world — we’ll take a few glances back at the little gallery around the corner that changed everything.  

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Light up the Darkness…

Bob Marley - redemption song acustic (by Henrshy)

Beautiful…

Beautiful…

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Happy Fourth of July.

Happy Fourth of July.

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