CITY HUNTER MEGAMIX - vol2 : DJ SAZA

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For the first, here is a CITY HUNTER (NICKY LARSON) megamix VOL 2.
Featuring the best songs of the japanese anime/manga.
This megamix was selected by TOKYO DJSAZA.

Intro
Atsuku naretara
Paradise alley
Fantastic splash
Fire with fire
Holy night rapsody
Just a hunter
Give me your love tonight
Blue air message
The ballad of silver bullet
The shining of cat s eyes
Earth
Mr private eyes
Make up tonight
Name of the game
Ai no thema
Prologue

MONSIEUR A : ANDRE - アンドレMR A news 2014

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André aka Monsieur André aka Monsieur A, born Andre Saraiva is a French graffiti artist. He paints a distinctive stick-figure character, usually with a top hat and an 'X' in place of one of the eyes. He started doing graffiti in 1985.

Born in Sweden, Andre became famous in the late 90's with Mr A, a cartoonish character with a round head, a cross and a circle for his eyes, a big smile and very long legs, which he used to draw all over the streets of Paris. He is part of the early parisian graffiti scene along with Invader and Zeus, and he appears in Banksy street art movie, Exit Through the Gift Shop. His distinctive style, poetic and joyful, and his use of pink color, made him quickly stand out. In the early 2000s, he developed the Love Graffiti series.

Andre was formerly married to French/American electro artist, Uffie.

While he is said to be very reclusive, he appears in the documentary Exit Through The Gift Shop. His appearance was shot by Thierry Guetta, a self-proclaimed French artist living in Los Angeles.

He has also open Le Baron de Paris - Tokyo in Aoyama - Tokyo. French classy club in the center of Tokyo. He has also collaborated with the Vodka brand Belvedere by designing bottles and glasses. Finally you can enjoy his funny designed of Mickey Viagra.

from wikipedia

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Doraemon at the 2020 Neo-Tokyo Olympic Games

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Doraemon at the 2020 Neo-Tokyo Olympic Games
2020年東京五輪開催記念、特別大使ドラえもん×AKIRAが怖い

a= Tokyo's bid committee for the 2020 Summer Olympic Games appointed Fujiko F. Fujio 's famous robot cat Doraemon as a special ambassador. b= Katsuhiro Otomo's manga Akira predicted the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games way back in 1982.

a+b= I had to make this video.
My humble tribute to Katsuhiro Otomo, Tatsuyuki Tanaka, Koji Morimoto and all the great artists involved in Akira.

from https://www.facebook.com/dorakira2020

A Bathing Ape Unveils Its First Eyewear Line

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Extending its realm into another offshoot, long-standing streetwear imprint, A Bathing Ape, presents an all-new eyewear line. While previous endeavors have included collaborative efforts with Oakley and Sunpocket, alongside the BAPE HIPHOPISH SUNGLASSES — an iteration of the classic Wayfarer silhouette — the new eyewear line will debut the brand’s first full collection for Spring/Summer 2014. A Bathing Ape recently took to its webpage to announce this latest expansion, showcasing an iconic BAPE face with customized frames. Be sure to cycle back here to check up on the first collection and its release date.

from hypebeast

Symmetric Light Photography by Sinichi Higashi

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Tokyo isn’t exactly known as the “City of Light” but with a population of 13 million and a booming automotive industry, the city pretty is familiar with neon. Using a keen eye for the cityscape and a bit of clever editing, photographer Sinichi Higashi presents a new series of symmetric extended exposure photos. Capturing the dense traffic of Tokyo’s highways and local streets, Higashi contrasted the neon “brushstrokes” with the natural symmetry and light of the surrounding buildings. Some buildings overlap each other to create a nice ghost effect in the work, resulting in a rather Vitruvian photo set that would make even da Vinci proud. Enjoy the above.

from hypebeast

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