Several times I have mentioned the Tokyo looks like a massive gray fractal* (see left and above) or a concrete Habitrail for hamsters aka dobunezumi/† salarymen. However, I am excited to see this new mural depicting Waldo’s colorful mystery hideout in Shibuya shown below.
Wild “Where’s Waldo” — Portrait of Tokyo
theatlanticcities.com | Aug. 02, 2012
…Tokyo is an energetic city, filled with frenetic motion and bustle. These tend to be difficult to capture, unless your canvas is an entire room, as it is for teamLab’s mural at the new Tokyo Skytree…the mural took sixteen people–11 artists and five animators–more than a year and a half to complete…more...
This remarkable mural is on display at the new “Tokyo Skytree” previously covered in our reports:
• Heights of tackiness in Tokyo (3Yen / 2011-11-18)
☢ Duel of dorky mascots of Tokyo Sky Tree (3Yen / 2010-10-30)
☢ From tacky to trendy–Sky Tree (3Yen /2011-01-08)