#2 TAB Tshirts are out!

Nobumasa Takahashi, Tomato , Tabaimo, assistant, PMKFA created new collection of TAB t-shirts with the theme of “Trying to highlight the amazing liveliness and excitement of Tokyo”. Now on sale!

In TAB News by Kosuke Fujitaka 2006-09-14

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As a reminder, here is TAB’s mission.

– TAB is free for all, bilingual, independent, neutral, and non-profit.

– TAB promotes inter-cultural dialogue around art and design by presenting Tokyo’s events to audiences in Japan and abroad.

– TAB encourages everyone, even people who usually don’t go see art, to discover art and design.

In order to raise the funds, we design and sell T-shirts every year.
5 artists below agreed on “donating designs for TAB t-shirts fund raising project” and created great works.

Nobumasa Takahashi
Tomato
Tabaimo
assistant
PMKFA

“Trying to highlight the amazing liveliness and excitement of Tokyo” is the theme, same as last year. You can order the shirts easily online. The price is 3800 yen including shipping, if you are in Japan; if abroad, only 500 yen extra, but there is no shipping charges if you order 2 shirts or more.

The revenue will be used only to keep the site free and continue improving it. So please buy the shirts and wear them out on the streets.

T-shirts shop page

Kosuke Fujitaka

Kosuke Fujitaka. Born in 1978 in Osaka. Graduated with BA in Economics from The University of Tokyo. He tackled with excel and power point in Sony Ericsson R&D cost controlling and Marketing for 3 years. In 2004 He launched Tokyo Art Beat with Paul and Olivier. In 2008 He moved back to NY, where a decade ago he had come across many important life elements, and has just launched NY Art Beat. He is also a co-founder of 101 TOKYO, a young and international art fair in Tokyo happening in every April. He thinks that "art" leveraged by IT, wines and beers can make the world a better place. Personal page as NY art guide (only in Japanese) » See other writings

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