Originally guest posted by James Gilpin
Takeshi Ishiguro graduated from the RCA in 1995 and now runs his own studio in Tokyo. He is as comfortable producing conceptual products as he is crafting beautiful installations. When asked about his work his response is simple “I always hope to create things to make people happy” check out his performances in zero gravity (a collaboration with Japans national space development agency) and latest product “Chimney” inspired by “smoke ring” seen here.
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