Pigment Tokyo is a haven for the arts and crafts scene
The shop carries over 4,200 different hues of pigments, with other traditional art supplies to boot. Sumi ink sticks, Japanese Washi paper and a jaw-dropping range of brushes in a plethora of sizes are all on offer, making Pigment the single most complete craft store.
Designed by the always-inspiring Kengo Kuma, the interior is a decidedly modern take on Japanese traditions. With a seemingly neverending range of hues and supplies, the wares take on a central role in the interior's composition. Accordingly, Kuma's concept operates with light, neutral wooden tones and very wide, open spaces. The wooden ceiling forms a ripple that closely resembles traditional bamboo blinds. More reminiscent of a gallery than a classic arts store, Pigment creates an enchanting atmosphere with colors and supplies grouped and aligned meticulously.
With ambitions to become an active force in the local arts scene, the store frequently holds workshops with accomplished artists and professionals. Experts in the store also offer instructions and advice concerning the pigments and other supplies.
Visit Pigment at Harbor One Building 1F 2-5-5 Higashi-Shinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo, or check out their website to get more info and shop online.
We are a bunch of creatives from very diverse backgrounds, like architecture, interior architecture, design and graphics design held together by our passion for fresh ideas, new technology, alluring concepts, effortless fun, relentless design, products, and dreams. All of us are a working professional creating living spaces, environments in a daily basis focused on three areas like homes, work- and leisure-spaces.
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