October DexNews: TokyoDex Office Art Projectwith Yeka Haski and Project in Shibuya with Woods Bagot!
TokyoDex Office Art Project | Yeka Haski
The TokyoDex office is slowly becoming home to some amazing art installations, and the newest addition is a formidable work by Tokyo-based mixed media artist and illustrator, Yeka Haski.
Yeka brought an amazing array of imaginary characters to all four walls of our co-working space, drawing inspiration from snorkeling and surfing themes. The rush of excitement and positive energy you get when you enter this room is truly breathtaking.
You can see the artwork come to life in the art-process video here, and also hear the artist describe the work in her own words in this special interview clip.
Photos by Trevor Mein
Workplace Rising | The Epicentre of Tokyo’s Emerging Tech Hub
In 2019 we were delighted and honored to work with the internationally renown global architectural firm Woods Bagot on multiple art installations for a Multinational Tech Company based in Shibuya. You can see a few of the amazing works on their website, and hopefully we will be able to share more soon!
"If a train terminal and a classy cafe collided in a cool back alley emblazoned with street art, the result would be this new workplace in Shibuya, Tokyo. The client – a highly creative, multinational technology company – is entering a new phase of growth and plugging into the local for its public presence. Woods Bagot worked with local art consultant TokyoDex who commissioned 35 Tokyo-based artists to create 34 original artworks for this project. The different design theme for each floor served as inspiration for the interior design and the artwork created in each space."
TokyoDex's Creative Director on Small Business Japan Podcast!
Our Creative Director Daniel Harris Rosen was recently interviewed for the newest episode of the Small Business Japan podcast. Click here to listen in!