With changing expressions, Kakera (pieces) flow.
One after another, the motifs gather up and make one form.
It is as if they are overflowing and floating, like a sigh which is fading away.
I wanted to create something which is "not as one".
I started with etching in the year 2005, and since then this form of art has fascinated me.
– Ruri Fujita
1960 Born in Ibaraki, Japan
1980 Graduated from Joshibi Junior College of Art and Design, studied Graphic Design
Since 1981 Working as graphic designer in the field of music, theater, and entertainment.