I’m not entirely like English people because I’ve been brought up by Japanese parents in a Japanese-speaking home. My parents didn’t realize that we were going to stay in this country for so long, they felt responsible for keeping me in touch with Japanese values. I do have a distinct background. I think differently, my perspectives are slightly different. People are not two-thirds one thing and the remainder something else. Temperament, personality, or outlook don’t divide quite like that. The bits don’t separate clearly. You end up a funny homogeneous mixture. This is something that will become more common in the latter part of the century—people with mixed cultural backgrounds, and mixed racial backgrounds. That’s the way the world is going.
Artists are using [tumblr] as a web-centric sketch pad and communication tool. This is a new sort of ambient aesthetic discussion that is totally personal and global at the same time.
well hello, 100+ new followers… how do you do?
apologies for being so remiss in my post quota, still figuring out how to meet such personal commitments whilst working remotely on the road flitting between continents— by all means have at some Ask-kicking in the interest of the former!
thanks in advance. x
Ballpoint pen and poster paint on some old card stock cut to size — may have something to do with the stack of steampunk novels I’ve randomly devoured in transit this past week.
(Apologies for the lapse in daily updates, I’m currently traveling abroad and living it up with some expat friends in this dazzling transcontinental capital that holds more keys to our global past and future than any other place on earth.)
Tree by Wradish.
prismacolors & pantone on printer paper + digital.