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Melvin Sokolsky was born and raised in Manhattan’s Lower East Side during the lean years of the prewar era. Here he witnessed the entire spectrum of the human condition played out across a tough and tight-knit community. This experience was countered by a universe of visual riches found in the museums and books he regularly devoured. Melvin spent his days framing and logging precise mental and emotional images long before he had a camera to capture them. At age ten he began taking pictures using a box camera, though he was frustrated by his inability to create prints that had the “nice pearly finish” of his father’s old photos. “It was then that I realized the importance of the emulsion of the day,” he recalls. Never satisfied, always questioning, and fiercely creative, young Melvin Sokolsky began to live from one private epiphany to the next.
Designed in Tokyo by interior designers Rezon, this is their latest series, the ONOFF light-shade. Each is designed with a design that changes when switched on/off. Available at Tokyocube
Japanese designers Anti System have just dropped their latest hand-made series – the Japanese News Wallets, as featured at this years Tokyo Rooms exhibitions. Check them out at Tokyocube