These are paper cut-outs designed by Naoto Terada, come flat and ready to be snipped out of the frame and assembled by simple folding bits here and there. Nifty aren’t they? There were at least two dozens displayed there, and included scenes from Tokyo, New York, Parks, seven lucky gods and their ship, etc.
The mackerel girl and the bacon boys never intend to meet one another...but they finally did
Here is the Emperor of Lime...
The ballet tattoo. Your signature. Simple, unfinished lines almost made me chuckled. Yet, it draws me most.
Innocence. I had a problem grasping the idea of preserving the innocence when I first read The Catcher in the Rye...
Complex relationship with Fire Exit
I could still remember the fragrance of last night imprinted deep in my memory
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