Japanese Calligrapher / Calligraphy Artist
Calligraphy professor at Communication College “Titan School” Titan Production
Started calligraphy at the age of 7 influenced by calligrapher Shihan (master) parents.
Suihou himself has earned his teaching license and title of calligraphy Shihan.
Today this day, he earns dozens of awards in the Kanji category of calligraphy tournaments.
His work varies from teaching, guest starring at shows, creating logos, store designs, name cards, to even tattoos.
Suihou interacts with various types of artists and creates eccentric new art, while also appreciating history and tradition of Japanese calligraphy.
At the core of Suihou’s art, is “ji,” meaning letter, or character.
Whether that be through abstract art forms or through traditional calligraphy,
he draws inspiration from letters.
Instead of drawing associated shapes and images from beautiful flowers or landscapes, Suihou thinks of these scenes as letters, creating entirely new perspectives.
Another new avenue Suihou explores, is alcohol ink art.
This art form seeks colors, shapes, and general appearance from imagination.
It is a journey in search of an answer never to be found.
Where the world of calligraphy ink is monochrome, alcohol ink art offers color and brightness.
These worlds seem to oppose, yet are close to each other, bringing out new possibilities for one another.