by admin on April 14, 2011
I really love it when style and utility go hand in hand. It’s not often that simplicity, functionality, and beauty are achieved simultaneously. That’s where traditional Japanese packaging has me smitten.
This Easter, why not put aside the food coloring and opt for these neat packaging options. “Wabi-sabi is the quintessential Japanese aesthetic. It is a beauty of things imperfect, impermanent, and incomplete,” wrote Leonard Koren in his book ‘Wabi-Sabi’. I think this is a style anyone can achieve.
Hideyuki Oka is famous for his innovative ways of packaging everyday items—characterizing them as packaging born out of necessity, made of whatever material found at hand in the rural areas of their origin. You can purchase his book here on Amazon.
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