Tokyo-based design firm Drawing and Manual has the admirable, if tricky, goal of reconciling works done on a computer with works done by hand. When last we looked in on them, they had produced (under hire by creative agency Drill Inc.) this insane xylophone in the forest; more recently they were tapped to create a window display for Issey Miyake's Ginza flagship store. Here's what they came up with:
We love that rather than just using enormous flatscreens or a projector, they went with the flip-clock style Rolodex of individually cut cards. Some of you will say they've needlessly engaged in a lot of extra hand labor, but as their company name implies, that's part of the point. "Arts and crafts," the company writes, "are the basis for dynamic design."
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