In case you prefer a bit of function with your frivolity, Studio Note offers beautiful glass rulers in which each centimeter is marked by the stem of a pressed flower. Alongside her endearingly annotated polaroid photographs, Ayumi Kudo offers artist books and stationary. Also on view are two gorgeous prints by Chika Osaka, featuring female protagonists from her short stories: one an intricately detailed aquatint, the other a painstaking lithograph. Keita Akiyama’s “sound flora” in warm wooden frames are pen drawings of fantastical plants meant to invoke musical instruments. Akiyama hopes that gazing at their forms will inspire viewers to begin hearing musical notes. A lingering look may yield an entire symphony.