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Born in 1977. After graduating from Tama Art University, he joined Tohoku Shinsha Co., Ltd.
Born in Kanagawa in 1977. After gaining some preliminary experience, during which time he was, amongst other things, a Visual Jockey, he joined Omnibus Japan Inc. in 2001. He has been involved in a number of CM and PV projects, using tools such as 3D Studio MAX and After Effects, as well as having produced a lot of original work.
Within a peaceful scene, where the sound of a boiling kettle intermingles with that of a child practicing piano, something unusual is unfolding. Here is depicted the organic atmosphere of daily life, within which a geometrical and inorganic piece of white paper is presented as a protagonist; as time goes by, it begins to accrue organic expressions. It begins as a piece of normal white paper on a table; but from this casual prelude, develops unexpected movement. This technique of pursuing one particular theme and gradually expanding it with unexpected forms of expression is supported by a carefully written scenario and skilled composition. It combines Japanese origami culture and paper cut art effectively, resulting in an original work of high quality.
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