japan

Projection Mapping
Projection Mapping

Karate-Inspired Choreography Gets a Futuristic Twist in This Video

The performance 'EXISDANCE' combines dance and real-time projection mapping to create a jaw-dropping spectacle.
Dyllan Furness
8.2.17
Photography
Photography

Surreal Mushroom Cloud Landscapes Look Positively Radioactive

Yoshimitsu Umekawa reflects on Japan's nuclear past through trippy neon photos made with water, light, and ink.
Masha (Maria) Koblykova
7.26.17
cardboard
cardboard

Cardboard Artist Crafts Sci-Fi Sculptures Out of Packing Material

Monami Ohno makes insanely intricate sculptures using only scissors, razor blades, pencils, and adhesive.
Dyllan Furness
7.23.17
Woodblock Prints
Woodblock Prints

Woodblock Prints Illustrate the History and Sensuality of Japanese Baths

An exhibition of ukiyo-e woodblock prints depicts the evolution of Japanese bathing culture, even the dirty parts.
Andrew Salomone
7.17.17
interactive art
interactive art

Neon Wildlife Roams Free Within this Interactive Jungle Office

Total office goals.
Diana Shi
7.9.17
Photography
Photography

Japanese Playgrounds Will Make You Wish You Were a Kid Again

Photographer Kito Fujio traveled across his country to document playgrounds at night.
Pierre Berthelot Kleck
7.8.17
animal art
animal art

The Internet Is Bugging Out Over a Drawing Beetle

Now you can buy Spike the Beetle's work on eBay.
Beckett Mufson
7.6.17
Illustration
Illustration

Mundane Urban Moments Get Translated into Japanese Woodblock Illustrations

Zenjidou Yamada's illustrations capture everyday situations in classic Japanese woodblock print style.
Beckett Mufson
7.6.17
CGI
CGI

Dazzling 3D Monoliths Invade Japanese Cities and Landscapes

Shigeki Matsuyama combines real images with CG artworks, using WWI dazzle painting techniques.
DJ Pangburn
6.24.17
robots
robots

We Need to Stop Tiny Robot Sumo-Wrestling

...Before it's too late.
Nathaniel Ainley
6.21.17
studio ghibli
studio ghibli

A Studio Ghibli Theme Park Is CONFIRMED for 2020

In just a few short years you could be rolling in Totoros and soot sprites.
Beckett Mufson
6.1.17
vr
vr

There's Only One Way to Safely See This Fukushima Art Show

Though an exhibition in Fukushima, Japan features work by Trevor Paglen, Taryn Simon, and Ai Weiwei, no one's allowed to visit.
Andrew Nunes
5.25.17