Step into the whimsical world of Studio Campana‘s Sushi Sofa, a vibrant masterpiece of design that transcends the boundaries between art and furniture. Crafted by the talented Brazilian brothers and designers, Fernando and Humberto Campana, this extraordinary creation showcases their signature fusion of materials and imaginative craftsmanship. Continue reading Eye On Design: Campana Brothers’ Sushi Sofa→
A major perk of authoring this website is discovering fantastic, neighborhood-adjacent dining spots that I probably wouldn’t have walked by on my own. Located within a comfortable walking distance from the east village, but also technically midtown adjacent, GG Tokyo is a fun and cool spot for intimate dining and cocktails that I’m excited to have on my radar. Continue reading Restaurant Review: GG Tokyo Brings the Izakaya Vibe to Manhattan→
Foodie-ism ascends to a higher plane at Peter Anton’s The Foodhist Temple, up now at Unix Gallery. For this sensorally-immersive exhibit, Unix has transformed itself into a red-walled sanctuary displaying objects of adoration in the form of larger-than life sculptures of decadent food items. A Cheeseburger Deluxe Platter, several brimming Boxes of Chocolates and a mammoth Chocolate Layer Cake on a Pedestal are among the righteous treats nestled amid a plush-carpeted shrine, complete with dimmed lighting, New Age mediation music, lit candles and fresh flowers. Visitors are asked to remove their shoes upon entering. Continue reading Peter Anton’s The Foodhist Temple at Unix Gallery→
The central, and often appropriated, image from Edvard Munch’s popular painting, The Scream has been duplicated in a maki by Sushi Chef Tama-chan – also known as Takayo Kiyota. The Scream Roll is featured on the cover of her new book, Smiling Sushi Roll, which contains exclusive work as well as recipes for some of her famous sushi roll art. Find out more aboth the book at This Link.