Sato san’s works are an embodiment of the best qualities of design. They are honest, simple responses to a need and, at the same time, they are expressive and delightful.
Answering this question in a paragraph or two is going to be really difficult for me, I’ll try it anyway.
In the early 1940s, at the dawn of what’s sometimes referred to as the “Golden Age” of roller-skating, rink operators struck upon a simple means of promotion: stickers.
The Unseen Art project wants blind and visually-impaired people to be able to enjoy classical art in museums and galleries.
Its dizzy heights may have passed, but the fad for adult coloring books is far from over.
When was the last time you sat down with a pencil and paper and drew something?