She remembered what Basquiat was wearing that night standing by the street: “a floppy black suit from Yohji Yamamoto, an open white shirt, a straight-brimmed black hat.”
“In the future, healthy crafts can only be realised in a healthy new society, the genuine craft is the epitome of a genuine era, to improve crafts, we must first improve our society.” — Yanagi Soetsu
Sean Mundy’s visual art struck people without making them uncomfortable, as it’s bizarre and surreal enough that you know it’s not real-life, yet it is indeed thought-provoking enough to draw you in.
A non-tourist guide in Kyoto including bookshop, cafe, bar, and more.
Places to visit in Kyoto recommended by Agnes’ Select.