Spoon & Tamago 2010 year in review
I’ll be heading to Japan shortly so expect posts on S&T to slow down as we enter the holiday season. And by slow down, I mean, come to a grinding halt. I’ll be in touch on twitter, but with a wedding to attend, family to visit with, good food to enjoy, onsen to relax in, and all with 2 jet-lagged children, I doubt there will be much time for blogging. 2010 has been a really fun year and I’ve enjoyed having you all as an audience. Happy Holidays and all the best in the new year!
Here are our most popular posts of 2010:
A Room in the Glass Globe by Hideyuki Nakayama
Hideyuki Nakayama’s interior-reflecting doorknob captured the hearts of everyone (including a few serial killers and pervs).
Mast Humidifier by Shin Okada
Shin Okada’s hinoki humidifier seems to be the perfect solution for cold, dry winters.
Student Work | Kyoto University of Art and Design
There is a lot of up-and-coming talent, as evidenced by the amazing work showcased by the students of Kyoto University Art and Design. Professionals, beware.
Wipe Shirt by design unit FIFT
Design unit FIFT’s button-down with built-in microfiber is high-fashion with just a hint of geek.
Green Marker | Yuruliku
Those who have not yet migrated fully to eBooks appreciated Yuruliku’s book weeds. The grass-shaped post-its serve as page markers and the accumulation of interest or curiosity creates a blossoming tuft of grass.
Trending this week
- UnBRELLA | the inverted umbrella is the latest innovation in rain protection
- X-Ray Portraits of Couples by Saiko Kanda and Mayuka Hayashi
- Rough draft sketches turned into actual furniture by Daigo Fukawa
- Tatsuo Horiuchi | the 73-year old Excel spreadsheet artist
- Nudes Like You’ve Never Seen Before | Shinichi Maruyama at Bruce Silverstein
- 151E | a new tea destination in Fukuoka