On the cover there was a little f ootnote, “TRUCK FURNITURE” that was presumably
described what the book's subject was. Hidden inside it, MAKING TRUCK was filled with the
real life story of one couple as told by their family members, sketch books, photos of working
spaces, the White Bear Studio, and even their kitchen table and other little objects that
That was it. The idea of visiting Osaka, Japan's second largest city, and home of Glico Pocky snacks, Evisu jeans and Tadao Ando, the world-renowned architect, was sparked. I finally made the trip to Osaka, feeling inspired and excited about seeing everything that was in the book.