It’s a curious thing about Tokyo, that alongside all the mod-cons imaginable, and then some, are traditional everyday goods that are quite often handmade and at first glance, appear to be humble and perhaps even primitive. Brooms are a clear example of this.Read More
A large part of Super Ordinary Life involves exploring and collecting examples of regionally and culturally specific ordinary sights. Probably not the sort of sights that a tourist guide book might pick up on but, more of the type that hint at the how people in the locality live and think.Read More
Our cities are brimming with such an extreme abundance of billboards and other signage that they begin to cancel each other out.
On some level, the blank/empty signs are rebelling against the noisy machine of consumerism.Read More
“Always seeing something, never seeing nothing, being photographer”
― Walter De Mulder
"How do we define ugliness? There is no Boyle's Law to tell everyone precisely what beauty is"
George NelsonRead More
We've snapped washing lines nearly everywhere we've travelled. We don't go out searching for them - that would be a bit weird, even for us. They just happen to be one of the many things that catch our attention.Read More