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"Shibuya crossing is the busiest crossing in the world. Everytime around 3000 people cross at the same time. Each of them has its own purpose to be there. The one who is going to see his or her loved one. The one who goes to work. The one who is going home. The one who escaped from home. The one … the one … the one… Every two minutes, the crossing gets filled with 3000 different thoughts of people, then disappear, then appear. It continues over and over and throughout the day. Through the paint the bag, Léo tries to express those mixed thoughts and people of shibuya crossing."

Léo Yamada is a Japanese contemporary artist born in 1990. During his childhood he was influenced by his grandmother who was a painter and art teacher. When he was 15, the Keith Haring Museum was built next to his parents' house. The works in this museum strongly influenced him. Today, he draws his inspiration from Japanese pop culture, his personal history, and pop art.

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