DANIELA
TOKASHIKI
KUNIGAMI

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This is intended as a dynamic space to archive/share self-initiated projects. Site is updated every so and so.

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DESIGN PROJECTS
 Material economies
       D.1  Moss ritual2021
       D.2 Waste Care2021
       D.3 Recyclebar2021
       D.4 The Better Bread2022
       D.5 Crafts of Resistance2023
   
 User Research / Experience design
        D.6 Exhaust the Benches2022
        D.7 The Traffic Light as a Destination2021
        D.8 C.C.C Cuisine2022
        D.9 Building Dialogue2022
   
Craftsmanship / Heritage
        D.10 Nuevos Rituales2018
        D.11 Migración2019



ILLUSTRATION / WRITING
        I.1 Inventariada2019
        I.2 Diarios Abiertos 12021
        I.3 Diarios Abiertos 22021
        I.4-D.2 Recipe book x Waste Care2021
        I.5-D.3 Storytelling x Recyclebar2021
        I.6-D.7 Essay x Traffic Lights (...)2021
        I.7-D8.I2 Booklet x C.C.C Cuisine2022
        I.8 Stories Around the Cabinet2023
       

SHOP - coming coon
(Ceramic) Objects
        O.1 Resistance Cup 1
        O.2 Resistance Cup 2
        O.3 Resistance Cup Maker
        O.4 Clay Smasher
        O.5 Resistance Cup Coffee table
        O.6 Resistance Cup pole
        O.7 Resistance Cabinet 1 
        O.8 Resistance Cabinet 2
        O.9 Resistance Tire Cutter
        O.10 Mix Cup 1

Prints
        P.1 The Workshop
        P.2 Is Every Object a Tool? 


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Last update: Apr2024

About me



Materials and drawings are powerful visual storytelling tools that allow me to tackle societal issues with a human touch. Adaptability and authenticity are characteristics of my design ethos, where I thrive in exploring the contextual boundaries of what is possible. I like to think that individual agency is key in achieving social impact.


My background plays an essential role in what I do. From being a Japanese descendant in Peru and growing up as a woman in a male-dominated society, to studying industrial design and later focusing on artisanal pottery. There is an overall dichotomy that only enriches my perspective on how complex the world is, and how curious I remain.


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