TenGuSan St. Sebastian Art toy creative photography


The second 24cm trend toy of UnDeR20 continues the first TenGuSan one-piece tooling version from body proportion to silhouette. The clothing style adopts summer style, and the double flower arm and calf tattoos almost 100% restore TenGuSan's own tattoos, making very appropriate choices and simplifications. The reason why this toy is called "Saint Sebastian Version" is related to the five arrows shot on the toy. Its original idea came from a cover photo of Muhammad Ali, the boxing champion, taken by Mr. Fashion magazine in 1968.

In that photo, Ali was shot with arrows. Coincidentally, Yukio Mishima, a famous Japanese writer, once took a picture of himself being shot by an arrow. The original concept of these two photos comes from St. Sebastian, a Catholic fighter who was shot to death by the Roman emperor during the Christian persecution in the third century.

The main body of the toy is red and black, representing that TenGuSan has two types of fans: red and black; The red and black edges are excessively treated with natural gradual change, which represents that there is no obvious boundary between red powder and black powder, and they can transform each other at any time; There are different levels in the red peach heart, which means that even those who like TenGuSan have different degrees; In the red range, there are all labels that praise TenGuSan. The font is designed with 8Bit cute font, representing that these contents are products of the information age; The black part is designed with acerbic and thin characters, all of which are negative comments on TenGuSan; Red, black, boasting and scolding are mixed together to form a complete TenGuSan. However, in any case, these information are like sharp arrows shooting at TenGuSan's chest, leaving no place to hide.

REAL, cool, personality, maverick, good aesthetic, good photography skills, and unique personal style are me. I love hype, marketing, arrogance, meanness, and photography skills are not possible.

Everyone has too many labels, some of which are put on by themselves, and some of which are reluctant to be put on by others, true or false. Is everyone affected by these labels? Even people who were not like that lived up to the label. Over time, the labels will only become more and more clear. Some can never be torn off, and they will never be finished. For me, both positive and negative labels are me. They make me more complete, fuller and more interesting. If you think that such a pure baby would be buried in the grave decades later, it should be a little cooler: "Could you please fill my coffin?"


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