Thursday, February 08, 2007
"(Yuho Hayashi), a traditional kimono maker living in Japan's ancient city of Kyoto, runs a sideline business painting PowerBooks with intricate kimono designs. Hayashi's customizations are just one of the many ways Japanese Mac users like to decorate their machines – from painting the lids of laptops to replacing the entire shell with custom-made transparent plastic." Read the rest of the Wired article about Kaizo, or modifying, by Leander Kahney here. View more of Hayashi's work here.