Right off the heals of Koons' historic collaboration with H & M retailers, Sasada follows suit by bringing his creations of fascination to the windows of Seibu Shibuya.
Iconic in both scale and public address, Sasada's limitless imagination conjures up a romantic fantasy of color and power. Monumental in scope, the public is treated with a forest of fairy tale proportion.
With a nod to the late great Anton S. Kandinsky's Gemism philosophy, Sasada brightens the facade of the Japanese landscape, not so quietly, hauling it into the 21stC with multifaceted dimension.
In non-traditionalist fashion Sasada bridges generations and updates Japan's footprint of cultural acumen.