stumbled upon this basement gem in harajuku with my homeboy on friday. went back the following night; stayed until 6am. was amazing. met a ton of cool japanese artists, djs and other creative minds. i think this might be my go-to spot in tokyo. [p.s. the lighting/vibe of the actual venue is way cooler than in this pic]
it's so easy to find solitude here in japan. in a park in the middle of a mall... and even on a crowded train. i love that about here. the opportunity for transcendence... even with all the noise around you, it's easy to get lost in one's self.
for all you fashionistas/os... 'louis vuitton: arts, fashion & architecture' is on sale for £90 at louis vuitton locations and online at lv's website. a deluxe plexiglass version of the book, designed by japanese artist takashi murakami will be available in select stores soon.
a good friend of mine found inspiration in a san francisco alley, and converted a poem she'd written into a song, and made a cool vid for it. so i figured i'd share. love the message in it. love you, dee.
it starts with darkness & a little pill. it ends with light pouring through the windows. the in-between is fuzzy; perhaps you rocked, and they rolled. but you smile at the uncertainty because you know it was a good time.