The Harajuku-based independent creative agency announced its plans to expand in Singapore in May. Its first office outside Japan is in an old shophouse characteristic of the enterprising city-state. As in Harajuku, the space will house work from up-and-coming artists. It currently features work by local illustrators Tell Your Children. The opening party had a ‘Singapore meets Harajuku’ theme and was documented by Panagiotis Kotsidas, a Greek street photographer.
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