TYD EDITION BOOK: MAKING

Special Edition 5 – Caffe Esprit Design Elements P206

THESE DIE CUT PIZZA SLICES, ICE CREAM SODAS, SALADS, ESPRESSOS AND NAPKIN TIES WERE SENT AS
PROMOTION FOR THE GRAND OPENING OF CAFFE ESPRIT.

Special Edition: 4 – Esprit Cash Register Receipt P204


IN THE 80S, ESPRIT’S STORE GRAPHICS AND PRINTED MATTERS WERE DESIGNED TO MATCH EACH SHOP
DESIGN TO OFFER A UNIQUE SHOP EXPERIENCE.  ORIGINAL RECEIPTS FROM MY ARCHIVE ARE INCLUDED
IN THE SPECIAL EDITION.

Special Edition: 3 – Vegetable Faces Postcard P40

PICTURED BELOW ARE “VEGETABLE FACES” POSTCARDS DESIGNED FOR LONDON BASED STATIONARY
COMPANY, HYPE IN 1996.  MANY OF THESE FACES WILL BE ENCLOSED IN THE SPECIAL EDITION BOOK.

Special Edition: 2 – Token P67


VINTAGE TOKENS ACQUIRED IN 1984 HAS BEEN ATTACHED TO THIS PAGE FROM THE TYD ARCHIVE.

Special Edition: 1 – Airline Tag P68


WHEN I WAS IN MY TWENTIES, I TRAVELED AROUND THE WORLD.  I STILL TRAVEL OFTEN AND A LOT HAS
CHANGED INCLUDING AIRLINE NAME TAG DESIGNS.  I STILL REMEMBER THE EXCITEMENT OF MY SUITCASE
BEING TAGGED AT THE COUNTER BEFORE MY FIRST TRIP.  OVER YEARS OF TRAVELING, I’VE ACCUMU-
LATED MANY TAGS AS BY HABIT, I KEEP SAMPLES OF EVERYDAY DESIGNS I LIKE.  THESE AIRLINE TAGS
HAVE BEEN RECYCLED FROM MY COLLECTION INTO THE SPECIAL EDITION VERSION OF MY BOOK.

Special Edition in Progress Now



Special Edition Book: Making of Pg. 224-225


DOSA’S 2003 LOOKBOOK


DETAIL OF A HAND-EMBROIDERED TEXT SHAWL


DOSA’S PAGE WITHIN THE GRAPHIC EYE OF TAMOTSU YAGI BOOK


DETAIL


ORIGINAL ARTWORK FROM DOSA‘S COLLECTION INSPIRED BY CY TWOMBLY’S WRITINGS.

THE SPECIAL EDITION OF THE GRAPHIC EYE OF TAMOTSU YAGI'S BOOK WILL INCLUDE ORIGINAL ARTWORK AND OTHER SURPRISE ADDITIONS TO THE BOOK. THE EDITIONS WILL BE COLLATED ENTIRELY BY HAND. PICTURED ABOVE ARE PIECES OF CHRISTINA'S CONTRIBUTIONS FOR THE SPECIAL EDITION BOOK. THE ORIGINAL ARTWORK IS PART OF THE DOSA COLLECTION WHERE CHRISTINA GATHERED INSPIRING WORDS AND PHRASES FROM A CY TWOMBLY BOOK SHE CARRIED AROUND DURING HER TRAVELS. HER HAND WRITTEN WORDS WERE THEN TRANSFERED INTO EMBROIDERY AND MADE INTO A SHAWL.