A postcards art exhibit signing from an artist can be a winning move if the artwork is made of feces, feces art or art from animal poop.
Postcards artist and artist’s co-founder Shunsuke Takahashi told Business Insider that the art works are designed to give the viewer a “deep understanding” of an artist’s life.
Takahashi said that the idea behind the artwork came about after he noticed that a lot of his artists’ work featured the “pink slime” that is found in poop.
“It’s not just an idea, it’s a physical image,” Takahash said.
“It’s like looking at a picture of poop, but from a different perspective.”
A postcards artist, who also goes by ShunSuke Takai, holds a sign that reads “I’m a panda” on his artwork.
Takuhashi said the art was inspired by a Japanese cartoon, where a puma and a cow are on a train.
“I thought ‘I wonder how a cow would react to poop,'” Takahashes said.
“When I thought about it, I thought ‘Cow poop, it is a real disgusting thing.
That is how disgusting it must be.'”
The artist created a series of drawings of poodles and cows, with a small piece of poop on top of each of them, to illustrate their reactions.
“That’s when I thought, ‘How would a cow react to this?'”
Takashi told Tech Insider that he wanted to do something that would give the reader a deeper understanding of the artist, especially as he said it would take away from the “insanity” of having to read about poop.
The artist said the artwork also had to make it clear that the poop was not an art installation, but a real art piece, because it’s made of poop.
In addition to being a sign of respect, Takahas artwork also helps to promote a cause he supports.
“Art has a lot to do with the way we relate to our environment, so when you see an artist do art, it gives you a sense of connection,” Takashis co-founders explained.
“As we understand more about the way the world works, it will make us care about the environment more.
We need to protect the environment.”
A poster for a postcards artwork from artist ShunSuke Takahata.
Takeshi Yamada/Business InsiderA postcard artwork signed by artist Shunsuke Takai.
ShunSukI also created a postcard, art exhibition and a website to promote his work.
He also has a Facebook page with over 1.8 million likes.
Taken from the artist’s website, which you can view here:https://www.facebook.com/artisatakas/posts/10048166547646473/