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    21-23 May, London
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Tsubasa Oyagi

Tsubasa Oyagi

  • Japan
  • Member since 2013

Tsubasa Oyagi joined Hakuhodo as a copywriter in 2002. After experiencing almost more than enough of traditional Japanese advertising, he moved to the Digital world to break new creative ground. Incorporating digital art work, which he has been interested in for many years, Tsubasa creates culturally-coordinated interactive creative. Tsubasa pursues social good through his creative output, believing that advertising is the greatest single media art for linking people and steering the world in a better direction. His major works include Google Chrome: All is Not Lost and Samsung: Space Balloon Project. His dream is to create something akin to Boris Vian’s pianocktail. Tsubasa lives every day to the full, looking forward to the next Prada show and the next HARUKI MURAKAMI novel.

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