It's a possibility that his words may have been lost in translation, but nevertheless, you can see what Loworks' founder and art director Haruki Higashi means when he describes his multi-disciplined, multi-talented company as "a box of toys". Since it opened its doors in 2004, Loworks has been juxtaposing its highly distinctive, kooky aesthetic with strong concepts and intelligent, awe-inspiring cross-media design. And today, four years later, Higashi plus his co-founder Tomohiro Morita and a team of freelancers employed on a project-specific basis, boast some incredibly high-brow clients - all of them after a bit of that Loworks magic.

"I've done work for clients such as Nike, Sony and Softbank," Higashi states. But it's not the bragging rights of having such clients that interests him. In fact, far from it. "I just want a lot of people to see my work," he gleams. "The bigger the client, the better for this. The size of the client is not important to me on the whole though, it's the content and quality of the work that matters."

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