Walking into the woods, a myriad of rotten dead leaves spread out under the comfortable sound of leaves shuddering in the breeze. Seeing this, I looked back on the season of fresh shining new green leaves, and thought about the stream of time. Plants tell us a lapse of time through the changes of the seasons, and ask a question on the preciousness and meaning of “time,” which is a looming unsubstantial thing. Even if we live to be 80 years old, we can enjoy a life of only 960 months. Fleetingness of the number “960.” How many months and days of them did I live? I expressed such my thought about the passage of time.
Born in 1983 in Shizuoka Prefecture. After graduating from the Faculty of Design of Shizuoka University of Art and Culture, engaged in planning, editing and directing for several years. Reinvented myself as a designer, and worked in an advertising production company as a design and art director for cosmetics, fashion and magazines. Established a design office tegusu in 2012. Now performs a wide variety of works from concept planning to design work in CI and VI development for companies and shops, graphic designs and web designs.