EY, one of the "Big Four" accounting firms and largest professional service companies in the world moved into new offices in Hibiya Midtown Tokyo in 2018. With the help of three amazing artists, Jay Shogo, Shinpei Kashihara and Mariya Suzuki, TokyoDex added original artwork throughout the entire office space. Jay Shogo's line drawings depict Japanese intangible cultural assets in a contemporary style while Shinpei Kashihara's world map and floral patterns reflect more traditional Japanese brushwork. Both artist's distinct style perfectly harmonize with the modern office design. A massive 12-meter Vision Wall in the main cafe painted by Mariya Suzuki was based on one of our workshops and captures the EY's motto, "Building a better working world." Having this special piece as the focal point of a common area where people from multiple departments gather makes it an important conversation piece and a reminder of company values. With 21 walls and 61 columns painted, this project marks one of our biggest office-art installations to date.
Tokyo Midtown Hibiya
Jay Shogo, Shinpei Kashihara, Mariya Suzuki