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Master of Transforming a Concept into a Matter, Kenichiro Ohara, NIGN

Hiroki Yanagisawa

With an extensive knowledge of materials and crafting skills, conceptual words turns into magical outputs. If a designer's role is to transform a verbal-spoken or text-based concept into some form of a physical matter, Kenichiro Ohara of NIGN is the person to look for. Why this is possible -- because Kenichiro has an extensive knowledge of materials, allowing him to transform a given verbal concept in the best manner with a perfect expression. "I tend to collect interesting materials that I don't really encounter in my daily life. For instance, a receipt from overseas -- something that is available in some people's daily life. This paper used for the receipt is rarely seem in Japan and that's what makes it special to me. Each sample is carefully stocked in my 'library of materials', and it will ultimately lead to my creations later on." Kenichiro said.

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