MEIJI TAISHO 1868-1926
"MEIJI TAISHO 1868-1926" is a sequel to the project in which Japanese tools are reproduced as desktop icons. The complex approach to the main theme using icons and explanatory content was further expanded in the attempt to make the interlinked contents unique, rather than incidental to others, as they interconnect with each other.
It's a mixed-media project in which people can enjoy Meiji and Taishō periods - the dawn of modern Japan - through various articles, icon sets, desktop wallpapers, and a large number of illustrations from the periods.
A total of nineteen icons were created for the project and the longest production times ever were spent for each icon.