Meiki Rukotsu (meaning engraving something on your heart, or body not to forget about what you decide or what you live for) Engraving what my mom taught me, carving on my bone, and leave the scar in my heart. Keep it in your mind and have a resolution not to never ever forget about it.
A combination of huge power and delusion like tsunami. This body of work makes people feel the real strength, at the same time, it gets the people tired to the fullest. You have to have the power to live through this world, to survive in this world. Art shows who you are more than you could imagine. There’s one road ahead of you to live tomorrow. That road is exactly what you loved and chose. It’s a long long way, but I won’t get away with the road that is filled with hopes and smiles.
Ryouhou Rempi (meaning two people strive in the same way at the same time) The concept of this work is that two phoenixes that are ready to fly high to the sky. I put the my wish for them that they follow each other, and pursuing the same goal.
Using dinasour’s bone as its motif to express the “keen strength” and “the power that hides inside us”. This is something that I created to see the view I’ve never seen, so I kind of challenged myself.
Karyou Binga (An imaginary bird in paradise that sings sweet notes)
As #24 and #25, I used the dinasour’s bone as its motif. We all sometimes want to be who we truly are. Art shows who you are more than you could imagine. Pursuing where you want to end up being, and making your first step to get the point.