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When Less is More

December 29th, 2013   •   1 comment   


Courtesy of Bruce Kasanoff

In the age of the social “avalanche”, we’re bombarded with a non-stop stream of information.

From millions of websites, thousands of apps, to hundreds of channels, endless varieties of choices awaiting us. Smartphones are now laden with so many mind boggling features that you wonder who on Earth is capable of using them.

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9 Elements of Japanese Aesthetics

December 4th, 2012   •   4 comments   

9 Elements of Japanese Aesthetics

I love Japanese art and culture.

Almost everything about the country – from buildings to gardens, displays, products, advertisements, food, shops, train stations and people (especially people) – are enchanting.

While Japan does have its share of woes (don’t we all?), few countries around the world are able to balance age-old tradition with modernity in such a harmonious fashion. This is especially true in the field of aesthetics and design, where almost everything in Japan is well conceived. You could hardly find anything that is an eyesore there!

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