Out and about: Ichikawa Japanese restaurant

Reading Time: 1 minute A morning in Tai Koo led me to the Ichikawa restaurant for lunch. Unlike Japanese restaurants in London, the owners had worked at giving the restaurant a traditional ‘Japanese’ feel with wooden paneling and posts that evoke the country’s traditional architecture. Thankfully the seating was suitably modern and western in style. The food was a … Read moreOut and about: Ichikawa Japanese restaurant

Disconnected

Reading Time: 1 minute Hotel room view in Causeway Bay, originally uploaded by renaissancechambara. I arrived in Hong Kong safely thanks to Cathay Pacific, I was more traumatised by my technology than the culture and temperature shock. My Nokia E90 suddenly decided that it has a battery life of half an hour. I thought that I had resolved this … Read moreDisconnected

Swarovski takes advertising to new level in Hong Kong

Reading Time: 1 minute Swarovski, the crystal trinkets to binoculars behemoth famous for supplying the bling that covered Paris Hilton’s infamous Sidekick outdid themselves with an advertising and ceiling display as part of a brand take over of Hong Kong MTR (US English:rapid transit or UK English: tube) station in Hong Kong. I got the pictures from a friend … Read moreSwarovski takes advertising to new level in Hong Kong

Futura 3D tag

Reading Time: 1 minute Futura 3D tag, originally uploaded by renaissancechambara. Those crazy hepcats at adFunture Workshop in Causeway Bay on Hong Kong island have teamed up with New York graffiti artist Futura to take his tag into the real world with a 3D rendition in fluorescent vinyl. Think of it as the typographic equivalent of Who Framed Roger … Read moreFutura 3D tag