Reinold Lim The Arcane / Oddds WorkspaceReinold Lim’s new identity encapsulates a blend of artsy beyond formality. Reflecting significantly on behaviors and futurism, the visual identity revolves around a scenic interpretation and display of thespace of future. A criss crossing between attitudes meets futurism and delicate metaphors.The identity escalates with detailing accompanied by elegance. These geometric markings represent infinite connections and in relation to the designer’s ideologies of futurism. Predominantly covered in black,it creates and embodies a mysterious air throughout the collaterals. The brand carries a simple yet strong and stable form of release of scenic space and minimal waste caught in motion.
“[With this project] I just really went after beauty—that was my only goal. Wherever I found it, wherever I saw it, whatever I thought was interesting, whatever I thought that anyone sitting in the audience would never be lucky enough to see—that is what I wanted to share.”
- Photographer Henry Leutwyler on capturing photos of the New York City Ballet backstage
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Joining “The Wall Club” (#ザ壁部) with @ka_nai
"One of my followers once told me that all the photos I take on Instagram are of walls, so I decided to create a hashtag for it." This is how Tokyo Instagrammer Hisayuki Kanai (@ka_nai) came up with the idea for a unique hashtag to chronicle his wall photos: #ザ壁部, literally meaning “The Wall Club” in Japanese (the English equivalent of the hashtag is #straightfacades). Until very recently, the hashtag project became the center of his life as he searched for good walls to shoot whenever he went out.
"For me, taking wall photos is not meant to be ‘photography.’ I capture walls because it is something I can find anywhere to design a square frame in interesting ways," explains Hisayuki. "The trick to shooting wall photos is to just shoot straight!" he adds. "It takes a lot of patience aligning the camera in perfect parallel with the wall."
Hisayuki’s work quickly caught the imagination of other community members and the hashtag is now widely used by many Instagrammers across the world. “I’ve actually been thanked by other strange people like me who like to take photos of walls but didn’t know what to make of it,” he says.
“ Travel. As much as you can. As far as you can. As long as you can. Life’s not meant to be lived in one place. ”
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