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Zoom “Thinkingman” - GALLERIST
Zoom “Thinkingman” - GALLERIST
Zoom “Thinkingman” - GALLERIST
Zoom “Thinkingman” - GALLERIST
Zoom “Thinkingman” - GALLERIST
Zoom “Thinkingman” - GALLERIST



Introduction to the Artwork

Artist: Yuuki Morita

The more I think about it, the more extraneous thoughts boil up in my head, coming and going one after the other like a river.

It is a figurative representation of the fluidity in my mind when I am creating or seriously thinking about something.

As is true of all the works, there is no particular message to be conveyed to others.

Release date:

We will ship them out sequentially after the release date.

Limited edition

100 units.

Disclose costs

Factory: $50
Metal: $40.32
Mold: $2.58
Shipping: $40.72
Packing material: $11.58
Creditcard fee: $28.06
Total cost: $173.23

For artist: $202.75
Gallerist: $86.89
*Does not include import duties
*The price changes according to the exchange rate.

Why disclose costs?

Material & Size 

Lead-free metal

Product size
Height : 12.1 cm ( 4.76 ”)
Width : 5.8 cm ( 2.28 ”)
Depth : 6.5 cm ( 2.56 ”)

Weight : 926 g ( 2.04 lbs)

Box size
Length : 21cm (8.26inch)
Width : 14cm (5.51inch)
Height :9.5cm (3.74inch)


Traditional craft techniques "Niiro-shiage"

about Niiro-shiage

JAN codede

Characteristics of Works

When we see an endless view of the horizon, when we visit a shrine or church, when we feel the presence of something great, or when we have a vivid experience, a feeling that cannot be described in words surges through us.

I have always been in pursuit of works that emit such a sign. I find such frivolous things as social meaning, enlightenment, and context boring.
Now I just create what I myself want to see and look for people who share my passion for it.

The creation of artwork is self-salvation, to give birth to what one seeks in this world, and a landmark to gather one's friends. It has no social message.

Motivation arises only from a longing for something more implausible and unproductive, such as the collective consciousness of living things, the afterlife, the origins of this world, and other things that are endless no matter how much we think about them, even though they might be laughed at as trivial, and a desire to get as close to them as possible.

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