Kiosk

Kiosk
A proposed design for a train station kiosk for Néojaponisme harking back to the work of early Japanese graphic designers and architects as much as Constructivistists. The kiosk would dispense a highly curated selection of printed ephemera, music, and offer fresh coffee/light banter/scathing criticism to the curious.

Ian LYNAM
August 18, 2009

Ian Lynam is a graphic designer living in Tokyo and the art director of Neojaponisme. His website is located at ianlynam.com. His new book, Parallel Strokes, on the intersection of graffiti and typography is available now.

7 Responses

  1. Roger Says:

    Yes, Let’s! Kiosk, that is.

  2. Peter Says:

    Sounds awesome.

    Would it take Suica and PASMO?

  3. Ian Says:

    Yes! And cocaine!

  4. Leonardo Boiko Says:

    I’d like it slightly more with a red commasun on white, instead of the opposite.

  5. TheStrawMan Says:

    Can the attendants be dressed like 1960s-era student radicals?

  6. Ian LYNAM Says:

    I am sure we can arrange that.

  7. Graham Says:

    Reminds me of a little bar on the corner in soho, hong kong. Transit or not, dare I say a neojaponisme lounge-fort may be on its way?