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Paper, Scissors, Stone: Contemporary Japanese Design Based on Centuries-Old Techniques

Japan’s modern-day design culture is inextricably linked with its unique history, based on a background of hands-on craftsmanship and traditional ritual. Speaking of hands and of tradition… “Paper, Scissors, Stone” — a game played by two or more people using their hands to describe a pair of scissors, a piece of paper or a stone […]
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