A quote about his own work: “I see my work as a way to display a meaningful piece of art onto a book that would otherwise sit on a shelf and collect dust; it’s also my way of recycling a book that might otherwise end up in a landfill. The words or symbols I use are drawn from anything that invokes inspiration or encouragement, such as “Read”, “Dream” and the Recycle symbol. If my work also makes people look at a book and even art in a new light then the piece has done its job.”
Live @nuuna store: Naomi Takaki (painting) x DJ Mäi (disko digital)
On Saturday, 6th December, starting at 5pm, you’ll get pure girls-power from Japan in our nuuna store: our guest is artist Naomi Takaki, who is going to present the notebooks which she designed exclusively for nuuna.