Today I went to Ueno to see another part of Mainichi Shodo Exhibition and to Ginza as usually to see few more. Tokyo turned to a sauna and I rather take pictures in air-conditioned galleries than on streets. But I’m gonna take few trips to take pictures of signboards as soon as temperature drops to human level. I hope you’ll enjoy the pictures. I like them very much.
Making very first video was quite awkward and scary. I’m not exactly Casey Neistat. Anyway, I tried:) I’m gonna make another one very soon and I hope that I will not suck so much as I did in this one.
I’m trying hard to make this website look awesome and I just spotted my competition. And they work in pair. Is this fair?
It’s roughly two years since I started to visit galleries on every Saturday and I’ve probably visited more than 500 exhibitions of calligraphy. I usually visit few places in Ginza, sometimes in Ueno and occasionally in Roppongi. Luckily all of them are always entrance free and I need to pay only for transportation. Calligraphy is a hobby for retirement and probably most of visitors don’t have an email address. It sounds very old school, but these post cards are still used to invite people. I scanned few to show them to you. Would you say that these are invitation cards for exhibitions of calligraphy?