Introduction from Shogo Seike:
Lately I have been listening a lot to a song by Takuro Yoshida, a Japanese singer-songwriter. The song is titled”Kyo-Made-Soshite Ashita-Kara゛, which means ”Till Today and From Tomorrow (or The Way It Is)”. It goes as follows: “Sometimes, borrow someone’s strength. Sometimes, hold onto someone.” You can’t tell how the ball bounces in life and I am fortunate to find my vocation drawing illustrations. One hand to hold someone’s hand, the other to draw.
Born on April 21, 1986, in Matsuyama City in Ehime, Japan.
He started teaching himself drawing when he was 27 years old. He enjoys working with crayons, acrylics, ceramic prints, and whatever other materials that sound fun to him at the time.
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