As we have often experienced abroad, we were influenced by various elements that we encountered in our movements which includes the movement of our bodies, such as the flow of things that do not stay in one place. For example, the sense of "waking up" that we feel from a new language, completely different landscapes, plants, living things, people, and so on, connected to the sense that we have had since childhood and the sense that we can see the production process of HAMADARAKA objectively, and gave us a very interesting effect. Until recently, we think it had been a great source of unusual inspiration from reality.
Now that the environment has changed due to the influence of the coronavirus, we recognize again that the basis of what we draw is a paradise that exists between the real world and the imaginary world, and while creating our own new studio space just like painting a piece little by little, we think that the sudden thunderstorm, lightning, the large and round swollen moon, the smell of the wind that wraps our whole body, and the appearance of the trees that shake with a gust of wind, which we see from the window at the studio, are the inspirations for the creatures we paint.
From a different point of view, such as if we see the normal weeds and the flowers that are less than the size of the little finger in the neighbour park at the same height as the plants in the middle of the night and early in the morning, we can discover a new mystical world that we didn't know until recently even though it was right near us. These days, we regularly go to the beach to pick up shells in shapes we like and spread out various pieces to make creatures like puzzles. We feel that the sense of discovery in that play extends the fusion of the visible and the invisible world even bigger.