Time goes by so fast.. It’s been already eight month since our baby Yuki was born.
I’ve spent time with him (and of course with my wife) as much as I could and I’ve seen the most amazing growing stage of his life.
I would like to thank everyone who supported us.
I’ve also realized that people in the city are so kind to babies.
We would never have to ask someone’s favor since somebody always offer us a help.
Anyway, my son Yuki and my wife (you see in this picture) are doing great.
giggle is a baby store in New York City.
If you have a baby, go there and you will find some wonderful products.
14th Street, NYC
Columbus Ave, NYC
I think this is great to share. I really want to see this movie starting this coming Friday, May 7th if our baby still doesn’t come out by then. He is due on May 4th.
Columbus Avenue, UWS
Kerning (means adjusting white spacing in a proportional font.)
Prior to the DTP, designers used to adjust white spacing one by one by handwork in the old days.
However, you will never reach the big concept if you are worried about small thing in the beginning. That’s right.
But, when I am standing in the platform at my subway station every morning, I can’t help being conscious about this particular sign’s kerning.
Today I became free of such frustration. Continue reading “Happy Kerning!” »
“Thank you” to whom had planted such cherry blossom trees in the park.
Spring has come. Perfect!
Continue reading “Cherry blossom” »
I’ve never really thought of a font like paleography because it only makes me feel an ancient history deeply, and I’ve only seen it in traditions.
However, when I saw this logo in the cutting metallic material sign installed on an entrance of the modern building , I realized the beauty of design in the type face.Then as I closely looked at the logo in the paper & website, I felt this was carefully refined into details that has its modern sophistication.
Even if paper made “news paper” disappears in the future, I believe the logo will still be existed and continue to be refined by generations.