They are very resourceful people.
“Not always useful, but not quite useless,” is the mantra that explains the essence of “chindogu”, the Japanese art of creating stilettos with built-in umbrellas, fancy napkins for eating spaghetti, glue pencils, filled with butter and other incredible things.
It was pointless inventions, absolutely devoid of usefulness and purpose. “I despise materialism and the transformation of everything into a commodity,” explains the concept of “chindogu” 71-year-old Kenji Kawakami, whose innate passion for nonconformity in the nineties led him to the idea of creating this art.
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