A smart way to keep your favorite artists close at hand.
As the children grow up, many of the creative activities we enjoyed are sadly forgotten, so today’s children stop at us, The little things that surprised us..
This is what a Japanese child did recently when he participated in an autograph session by a popular Japanese illustrator and manga artist. Chiaki Harada ((((@cchhiiaakkii)...
Harada, who is also a part-time lecturer at Kyoto University of the Arts, is known for her. Colorful pop artA fusion of retro Japanese elements and Lichtenstein-style characters, adding a unique twist to the styling of the American comics.
She also created many cute characters, including what’s called Moodoku, which actually looks like a ghost. A cat that secretes poison from its hands.. Cats who couldn’t hold hands with their friends wore sheets to protect others from the pain of poison, and in the cartoon panel created by Harada, the character was bullied by others and then hugged a telephone pole. I saw it. , Trying to experience How it feels to be hugged by someone..
The plight of a cute cat is “The gentlest cat in the world“Has touched the hearts of many adventurous followers through Harada’s short comics. Given the popularity of the characters, Harada even shared a short video showing fans how to draw a cat in a sheet. did.
A young fan jumped at the opportunity to draw a cat and came up with a unique clever idea that could be shown directly to the artist at a signature event.The idea was so smart that Harada ended up sharing her photo of what she saw — the clipboard. A transparent plastic sheet with a mood outline..
▼ Harada signed the sheet with a green pen and also wrote the date and fan name hidden under the emoji with a thumbs up to protect privacy.
In Japan, it is common for people with a large fan base such as artists, writers, and idols to hold autograph sessions, and fans usually hold autograph sessions. colored paperSpecially created for signing.
The clear plastic sheet was a departure from the protocol that made this young fan stand out, as Harada is accustomed to signing formula stones for his fans. What is the reason for plastic?Well, it’s actually Shrink plastic sheetAfter being baked in a hot oven, it turns into a small, hard and long-lasting accessory.
▼ The fan had a ready-made sample attached to the clipboard so that Harada could be seen.
Harada posted the above photo to his sub-account (@nijinoyatu),say it:
“Yesterday, a kid who came to the signing event brought a sheet of shrink plastic and said,’Can you sign this?'” And I said, “This is insanely smart!” Later I said I would bake it and make it smaller! “
When I came to the autograph session on the same day, the child gave a big voice sign, “Isn’t this a sign star sign?”
Accelerated shooting! pic.twitter.com/pLCBohz0ws
— Chiaki Harada (@nijinoyatu) March 13, 2022
Harada loved clever ideas, and so did many people online, sending tweets viral with over 119,000 likes and comments:
“You can carry your autograph with you! This is an idea to make your dreams come true !!!”
“Wonderful-unlike squeaky cards, plastic boards aren’t clunky to carry around and are resistant to sudden rain!”
“When you bake the sheet in the oven, the color doesn’t fade and the signature is retained!”
“Copy this idea!”
“Why haven’t you thought about it before ?!”
“What a wise child!”
This is a great idea that people of all ages can use to store the signatures of their esteemed people, no matter where they are. When living in a house with limited space, the smaller the monument, the better. It won’t take long for some trinkets to turn into a full-fledged shrine that will take over your living space!
sauce: Twitter / @ nijinoyatuChiaki Harada website, via Norimitsu Yama
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Insert image: Twitter / @ nijinoyatu
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