About Masatoshi
Masatoshi Amemiya aka MA is an artist, painter and graffiti-artist representing Tokyo. Born in Japan 1985 and has been painting and raising his middle finger ever since. He held his first solo exhibition “BORN IN JAPAN [F*** you, I won’t do what you tell me]”24 Feb to 29 Feb 2012 in Tokyo. He likes Ai Wei Wei a little bit.
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Masatoshi Amemiya aka MA is an artist, painter and graffiti-artist representing Tokyo. Born in Japan 1985 and has been painting and raising his middle finger ever since. He held his first solo exhibition “BORN IN JAPAN [F*** you, I won’t do what you tell me]”24 Feb to 29 Feb 2012 in Tokyo. He likes Ai Wei Wei a little bit.
 
My most favorite place in Japan. There are lot of very intelligent politicians who are controlling us and creating such a good country. I want to be like them.
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Here is a Pipo-kun with his family. He is a most famous police man in Japan. He is working hardly for the peace of city 24-7 without sleeping. His cute smiling face is just the police itself.
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TEPCO is Tokyo's Electricity company. You can see a big 'T' on the building. TEPCO has been making our city really bright. And also TEPCO is going to make our future bright with great nuclear power plants.
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The Tokyo Tower is a symbol of Tokyo, and also it's sending electromagnetic waves such as television waves. In other words, if it wasn't for this tower Japan wouldn't be enlightened with important news and truth from the outside world. At 332.5 metres, it is the second tallest artificial structure in Japan.
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This is MA's exhibition at No.12 gallery 24 Feb 2012. Always MA is painting with big love and big hope. You can feel it with this photo.
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