日本の労働者のイラスト

I was going through some recent emails regarding our upcoming installation in Tokyo and came across a most excellent insertion. Hidden amidst a multi-page document were two foreign additions: Japanese Worker A & B.

I’m not really sure how long they’ve been inhabiting the virtual building, but they look comfortable and hardworking. I am especially struck by their large shoes and far more fashionable garb than we typically sport. Apparently, we’re going to need to get more spiffy work apparel.

About nikolas

Nikolas Weinstein was born in New York City in 1968. His aesthetic derives from a longstanding interest in the natural world. The influence of organic forms in his work dates to a young age, established during internships at The American Museum of Natural History and The Scripps Institution of Oceanography. After graduating college with a degree in comparative literature, he moved to San Francisco, where he briefly worked as an assistant to a prominent graphic designer before founding his studio.
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