There’s something about drawing in ball point pen that’s so relaxing. Scrawling out messy lines on a pristine white sheet of paper without the option to erase is somehow more freeing than my usual pencil on paper. I guess this is the start of another ballpoint phase…
The new Tokyu Plaza building that was recently completed earlier this year. The roof terrace offers a great view of the crossing below along with plenty of places to sit around and relax.
Let Them Eat Cake [three]. Illustration for Sketchbook Magazine.
See part four of Let Them Eat Cake (illustration series).
Totoro at Ghibli Museum
Japanese summer is always so hot and humid staying cool is the only thing you can concentrate on. Give me back winter. I’ll take the freezing cold over the sickening heat any day. I know I complain too much but summer in Japan really is the worst season. Too hot to do anything. Luckily this year doesn’t seem to be as hot as last year. Speaking of last year, July marked my official one year anniversary of living in Tokyo. Time passes by so fast. Since I’ve been here I’ve made friends, lost friends, found a job, quit a job, started a company, made a few games, started learning a new language and plenty of other things. There’s still much more I want to do and conquer. Gotta keep going. Don’t stop dreaming.
渋谷 Shibuya Viewed from the new Bershka store
無印良品銀座 Muji Store in Ginza
新宿南東口 Shinjuku near the SouthEast Entrance
IKEAケイキ IKEA cake