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Oyyo's Dhurries

BY MARCUS ÅHREN
@ PECHAKUCHA X ARTEK ON OCT 31, 2013

Marcus Åhren is a co-founder of a design studio named Oyyo. His studio designs and sells Dhurries (similar to rugs). To make these dhurries, they employ 20 weavers in India and use special vegetable dyes for coloring. Watch to learn why and how they do what they do.

"Presentation of the Day" on December 10, 2014.

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Oyako

BY BRUCE OSBORN
@ VOL 118 ON OCT 29, 2014

Photographer Bruce Osborn is a longtime resident of Japan, and in this presentation he describes "Oyako" (a Japanese word that signifies both parent and child), a multi-decade photography project that has consumed his life, and given him amazing insights into Japanese society, and the fantastically diverse family links that exists between parent and child.

"Presentation of the Day" on December 5, 2014.

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Bruce Osborn

For next week's Tokyo Designers Week edition of PechaKucha Night (on Wednesday, October 29), we're very happy to welcome photographer Bruce Osborn, who is set to talk about his fantastic "Oyako" project, that he has been producing over the years. 来朱のペチャクチャナイト 東京デザイナーズウィークエディション(10月29日 水曜日)のためにフォトグラファー Bruce Osbornを招待します。一年かけて制作された彼のファンタスティックな"Oyako" プロジェクトについて話していただきます。

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Oyako

“I’ve taken portraits of over 5000 groups of parents and children over a 30-year period.” Photographer Bruce Osborn is a long-time resident of Japan, and at a special Tokyo Designers Week 2014 edition of PKN Tokyo Vol. 118 here he describes "Oyako" (a Japanese word that signifies both parent and child): a multi-decade photography project that has consumed his life, and given him amazing insights into Japanese society, and the fantastically diverse family links that exists between parent and child.

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Oyyo's Dhurries

What's a dhurrie? Marcus Åhren is co-founder of a design studio named Oyyo. In “Oyyo’s Dhurries” from a special PechaKucha x Artek event, we see that his studio designs and sells Dhurries (similar to rugs). To make these dhurries, they employ 20 weavers in India and use special vegetable dyes for coloring. Watch to learn why and how they do what they do.