Clay arts printed on the LED advertisement signboard of Cataloghouse Osaka shop!

Um, was the rainy season, was it there? …I felt like It was getting away early, Hot days continue but I wish you all a healthy. This time, it’s an introduction of a clay art that printed on a the LED advertisement signboard. Do you know the shop of the cataloghouse? My clay arts printed on the LED advertisement signboard about the new renewed Osaka shop. This was posted at Dojima underground shopping area (dotica) from this July. In Tokyo, it seems to be posted on the Oedo line station in Shinjuku too. I made miniature of popular items of Tsuhan Seikatsu, Balance chair, two-handed pot, Makita’s turbo (vacuum cleaner) and medical pillow. Balance chair is cute, so I was fun to make it a miniature. This is a snap in progress.
Cataloghouse shops that we can choose while watching or touching products, It’s a peaceful and pleasant everywhere, please come and visit. And those who live in Osaka, I’m glad if you can see the LED advertisement signboard at Dojima underground shopping area (dotica)!  
『神田外語大学 by AERA』2018年4月A/朝日新聞出版

“Kanda University International Studies by AERA” clay illustration of Special page

I made a clay craft with a special feature on the school guide “Kanda University International Studies by AERA”. This book seems to be a magazine at first glance, but it is a magazine style college guide. Recent university guides are interesting, as various ideas have been made. A designer’s idea, a story about the future of language studying with AI, I expressed it over 6 pages using clay craft. A human and AI who travels to the future, riding the time machine of a little classical design. How will the future of language change as smartphone applications and AI evolve? My doll is made of hard clay, so basically it will not move. But I made it so that the doll’s torso and legs adhere well, so We can make the doll stand up and sit like this. It was also interesting to make rare characters such as Myanmar, Hebrew, Tamir with clay. I thank the photographer who took a dynamic shot in the desert and future scenes.