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“At the end of the project, we asked Mr. Tanaka to sign each of the editions. He was kind of embarrassed but he agreed,” says Cohen. “Normally craftsmen don’t put their signature to their work, but he accepted a lot of things from us that to him seemed really weird. We are presenting it as a collaboration but in reality each piece is quite personal, like a piece of art, that comes from Mr. Tanaka.”