Natsu No Hate is an old Japanese word originated among writers rooted in the culture that a season describes your feelings. The word means end of summer, which came from a view of summer humid sun changing to autumn dryness. The word includes a sense of end as seasonal change let you feel the passage of time. Overlapping time at both summer and life, there is atmosphere that you reminisce summer and tracing the figures of life in your memory. You see the beauty of life shining on the contrast of end. Natsu No Hate shows me the moment of change when summer becomes past within you. Colour of real landscape becomes monochrome in your memory and a moment starts colouring dramatically, hotter temperature, more shininess of life, more fragility of moment. This is my interpretation of Natsu No Hate. This print collection conveys my Natsu No Hate interpretation by expressing life in three tones: monochrome of past, fragility of moment and shininess of summer residue.
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