These creatives collectively make up “Back to Square One.”
Archibald Blondinet, the result of an immaculate conception, is a disgruntled surrealist writer and illustrator with a multi-faceted split personality known by most ventriloquists for tormenting the sensical part of the brain with the whimsical precision of an epileptic mongoose hopping from tree to tree.
Tokyo based belgian.
Julien Henrotte is a Belgian digital nomad living in Tokyo who likes to build installations to see people’s emotions.
Naomi Hirano is a Japanese/Malaysian creative based in Tokyo, Japan.
Her studio focuses on multidisciplinary work in the fields of art, culture, architecture, and design.
Hello, I am JIN. Juicy JIN, but a well ripened Art Director.
Ozy Kozy (Oguzcan Kaganoguzbeyoglu) is a Turkish creative based in who knows where. His work blends various mediums together and mocks the mortal, materialistic values constructed by us humans.
Tokyo based American strategic planner.
Cheryl Mui is a doodling individual who moved to Tokyo four years ago to make something of herself while drawing faces on lemons in her free time. She writes, illustrates and takes photos trying to be a creative hyphenate who just wants her images and ideas to be seen in the simplest of ways.
Born in Mie Prefecture in 1979.
After graduating from university, Morikawa worked on making furniture using traditional Japanese techniques.
At his new company, he worked for a major Italian furniture manufacturer, and after he became independent in 2011, he started to manufacture highly specialized items such as audio equipment and Buddhist altars.
Kelly Ann Nguyen is an illustrator/designer from Toronto, Canada. Perpetually feeling dazed and confused, most of her work reflects on the release of mindlessness. Her main inspiration comes from the feeling of waves through music, motion, and water. Recently her work comprises of abstract shapes and along with hand and floral elements.
Illustrator and fashion designer made in San José, Costa Rica in 1996. She draws on papers, walls, and clothes since she was about this high.
Sara Giusto works with drawings, wall art, film work, and photography. Her main subjects are people, especially those closest to her.