Thursday, April 1, 2010

Tokujin Yoshioka

All pictures via Tokujin Yoshioka web

I had to come up with a new design concept for an exciting project, so I spent the whole day daydreaming today. I do this routine as a way to get that "light bulb" moment. While I was minding my own business, out of nowhere, I stumbled upon Tokujin Yoshioka. He is an incredible dreamer with his own vision of "Design without a form". His ideas are so simple and pure, it is a hybrid of art and design. From all of his work, this Swarovski store in Ginza is one of my favorites. hmmm...I guess I'm just gonna keep dreaming for now.....oups I mean work work work...


  1. Great post!
    I really enjoy visual inspiration like the one in this peaces!!
    This work remembers me the brand Delightfull, I discovered it, while I was seeing some blogs, You Will Enjoy it to!
    Delightfull is a brand taht makes the perfect mix between 40’s, 50’s and 60’s music legacy and lighting pieces!
    Visit or and by the way visit also They have beautiful luxury timeless pieces!
    I really enjoyed your blog.
    I’ll come back to see what you post next!

  2. Tanya,
    Thank you for your suggestions. I did try to specify bocadelobo pieces once for a client, they are gorgeous artwork-like pieces for residentials. Thank you for your visit, please come again :)

  3. really love that cascade by vincent, it's almost liquid!