SICK ATE SIN (SPAK FOR TOKYO) - 'unknown field obscurity jp (2022)' L/S TEE
Sick ate sin (spak for tokyo)
Throughout the 1980s, Sick ate sin's graphic production left its mark in Tokyo, right next to the Keihin-Tohoku line of the Japanese National Railways (now the JR Keihin-Tohoku and Negishi lines), where he created his first works.Sick ate sin " describes the "Tokyo Essay" about the environment in which he worked, describing it as a dingy, cheap, slightly seaside, Located in the Keihin industrial area, the area was lined with broken jukeboxes, pinball machines and billiard tables, and piles of trash everywhere.
Throughout the 1980s, the graphic production of Sick ate sin (Illness wa Ki kara) left its mark on the place where the first work was produced in Tokyo, right next to the JNR Keihin-Tohoku Line (now JR Keihin-Tohoku/Negishi Line). had left.
Sick ate sin (Illness wa Ki kara), in his "Tokyo Essay", wrote about his production environment: remote, dingy, cheap, slightly by the sea, in the Keihin industrial area, where There was a broken jukebox, a pinball machine and a pool table, piles of trash everywhere.