• Japanese Design 2 Pack

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In the 1980s, the Japanese found a way to make sewer systems appreciated aboveground: customized manhole covers. Drainspotting is the first book to document this distinctive aspect of Japanese visual culture, with all the information you need to go on a manhole cover tourof Japan. Matchibako: Japanese Matchbox Art of the ’20s and ’30s, depicts Japan’s transformation into an industrial empire in the early 20th century, as illustrated in the infinitesimal matchbox advertisements from the period. This pair of books celebrates incredible Japanese culture in unlikely places.

“Drainspotting,” by Remo Camerota. Hardcover. 96 pages. “Matchibako: Japanese Matchbox Art of the ’20s and ’30s,” by Maggie Kinser Hohle. 64 pages

Mark Batty Publisher

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