This is a painting I made when I exhibited at an art fair held in Osaka. It will be a work with the theme of the gratitude of food.
The impetus for production was "Anpanman". Takashi Yanase, the author of "Anpanman", lived in a poor era such as after the war, and the person who gave him food was "justice" above all. Times have passed and Japan has entered a very prosperous era. It is overflowing with food so that product loss becomes a problem. If you are too rich, you will find it difficult to notice the blessings around you.
I chose this theme because I want people to notice the little happiness around them.
<A word from the staff> Kiyokazu Tsujino is an illustrator from Osaka Prefecture who is active in a wide range of fields, including apparel collaborations such as New Balance, celebrity goods, department store event illustrations, craft beer, corporate advertisements, and illustrations. His works, drawn with simple lines and a pop and catchy taste, blend into everyday life and entertain what you see.
This work of the "YUM!YUM!YUM!" A scene from everyday life depicting a man chewing on a steak or a hamburger. Looking at the scenery of the meal stimulates your appetite. The painting style that uses gentle curves and simple lines without waste is impressive.
Kiyokazu Tsujino draws many works that use "everyday life" as a motif. In particular, he often draws works related to fashion, and this is reflected in his work as an apparel salesperson.
In recent years, Kiyokazu Tsujino, an illustrator who has been expanding his field of activity, is available for less than 200,000 yen.