Nakajima was born in Tokyo, Japan, in 1984. While studying oil painting at university, he made his professional debut in his third year. All of Nakajima's works, over 500 paintings, have sold out ever since. Not only has he succeeded commercially, but he has won two special commendations for his delicate skills at Nitten, the most significant art exhibition organized in Japan. His professional activities have developed diverse from creating artworks, such as working with TV media as a commentator. With the concept "how to familiarize people with art," he aims to dissolve the dissociation between art and everyday life and to bring harmony between them.
Born in Tokyo, 1984.
She made her professional debut in her third year of college, and has since produced over 500 works, all of which have sold out.
Her delicate and sophisticated techniques and warm, humanistic style have earned her a reputation as a one-of-a-kind artist.
He was twice awarded a special prize at the Nitten, Japan's largest public exhibition, in his twenties. His work has attracted attention as a record on a par with that of the legendary Showa era artist Ryohei Koiso. He has also been featured on TV as a "sold-out painter" in TBS's "News23" and TV Asahi's "White Art Museum.
He has appeared in many media including TBS's "News23", TV Asahi's "White Art Museum", Fuji TV, TV Tokyo, etc. He created the poster for TBS's morning information program "Good Luck! and also appears as a commentator on Thursdays.