Come in, Tokyo, Over?

Having successfully completed the first half of their mission in Hong Kong, our faithful documentarian, Michael Weber, and his crew touched down in Tokyo to photograph our first installation in Japan. The artwork is located in the lobby of the new K-Tower, designed and built by Kajima.

Along with the contact sheets that showed the images he had captured, he taunted us with stories of obscene and delectable culinary encounters and an awed reverence for Japan’s approach to nearly everything. Gosh, I miss Tokyo. May we all get back there sooner than possible.

Contact sheet from the just completed photo shoot of our sculpture for the Ilya K-Tower project, designed and built by Kajima.

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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