Architectural historian turned celebrated architect Terunobu Fujimori stuns with his designs.
This week's favourites involve anonymous postcards, brightly-coloured powders and a fantasy flower shop.
Alice Tye turns to California for her series of movie-inspired paintings.
New music from Nomikomu favourites Dead Red Sun.
Painter Hikaru Cho unsettles with her hyper-realistic images of food.
Illustrator Tim Smart takes a compelling look at the hidden waterways of Tokyo.
Remembering the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami 3 years on.
A beautifully crafted (and Oscar nominated) documentary about the lives of Japanese artists Noriko and Ushio Shinohara.
Move over Ikea: Torafu Architects take the flat pack to an inventive new level.
Cafe by day and bar by night; The perfect destination if you can't decide between a coffee or a cocktail.
The Simple Society brings together the best of Japanese and European design.
Shinji Murakami puts a pixelated spin on Valentine's Day.
Carl Randall's portraiture gives an original insight into life in Japan.
Paper artist Anna Gleeson redefines the way we think about earrings.
Atelier Takagi makes lovely use of shape and colour in its designs.
Sam Orlando Miller injects a little originality into the world of interior design.
A cosy restaurant hidden away in Notting Hill serving very traditional British food.
Written and illustrated by Thomas Murphy, 'Hello, My Name is Rothko' makes for a beautiful and moving read.