Everyone screams for ice cream… at the Museum of Ice Cream. It boasts “a place where flavors are mysteries, toppings are toys and sprinkles make the world a better place.”
A true visionary and a personal inspiration. Her works transcend boundaries and really embellishes the meaning of outside the box.
Dancing eyeballs, fitness-video-exercising poodles, half pandas/half other animals, and singing merchandise in a boutique store are only a few of the vivid, perplexing imaginings of Nagi Noda, the talented, eccentric and boundary-pushing artist, art director and fashion designer from Tokyo. Unfettered from any discipline or industry limits, Noda’s work extends from book design and music packaging, to short films, to music videos and commercials — including a hypnotic ad for Coca-Cola, with music by the White Stripes’ Jack White, commissioned by London agency Mother — and even to clothing design. Noda is signed with Partizan, a leading agency that represents cutting-edge directors, photographers and artists.
-Excerpt from “Women of Design”