Tsukasa Sato

Aitou Gakuen (Hokkaido)

Born in 1958, he is a member of Aito, a Type B business that supports continuous employment. His friendly and charming smile always puts people at ease. When he is in the workshop, he is silently immersed in creating artworks. It starts with a line connecting two places, and then he changes color and knots many lines together to form a ball of yarn. Then, little by little, it multiplies. Even though he seems to draw the same pictures every day, his expression changes subtly, and the size of his works varies. His large works, which seem to be drawn by moving his whole body, give a sense of the grandeur in his heart, while his small works, drawn with small pieces of torn paper and short colored pencils, seem to be the quiet breathing of his daily life.


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