This cover was created in collaboration with legendary art director and artist Sebastian Masuda. Masuda is the producer of the 6%DOKIDOKI shop that spurred the "Kawaii Culture" in Harajuku. In recent years, Masuda has become a prominent artist around the world with his distinct works bursting with color.
Thank You All is a cover with an all-over print, featuring the photograph of a piece Masuda created based on the Hobonichi Techo slogan, "This is my LIFE." The thrilling piece is jam-packed with cute items such as a little house, a baby bottle lid, a starfish, ribbon, bicycles, toy blocks, waffles, flowers, the number 2… The list goes on! It’s fascinating to look through all the things in this piece.
|Size||W: 105 x H: 149 x T: 14 mm (4.1" x 5.9" x 0.6")
(Specifications may vary slightly)
|Weight||Approx. 202 g|
|Total pages||448 pages|
|Grid size||4 mm|
|Informational Pages||Time Table / Graph Paper / Gifts / Favorites / My 100 / Favorite Local Japanese Sweets / Interacting with Cats and Dogs / Solar Terms / Emergency Preparedness / Useful First Aid Tips / Conversion Table / Useful Links / Remember This / Addresses (for 4 People) / Age Table / Personal Notes|
Day of the year, Week of the year (listed on monthly calendar), International holidays, Moon phase (daily pages include every phase, monthly calendars only include full and new moon)
Size A5 (148 mm x 210 mm / 5.8" x 8.3")
Dates April 2017 - March 2018
Sebastian Masuda is an art director/designer born 1970 who lead the “Kawaii” culture in Harajuku by pushing the boundaries with his designs in art, entertainment, and fashion. His main works include the 6%DOKIDOKI shop in Harajuku, art design for Kyary Pamyu Pamyu music video PONPONPON, production of theatrical restaurant Kawaii Monster Cafe in Harajuku, and more. He opened the art gallery Time After Time Capsule in 2016, hosted in Paris, London, San Francisco, and Los Angeles, and will host the gallery for the second time in New York in late October.
All covers are hand-made and may contain slight variances
Each and every cover is individually sewn by a factory worker hand-operating a sewing machine. Best efforts are made to ensure consistent sizes and specifications, but there may be slight differences.
Made in Japan