Reviews, Interviews, Writings​​​​​​​
“I felt transported into Shunsaku’s dream-state of being,” Baxter told CreativeFuture. “He has an exquisite feel for color and composition. There is a sense of being alive and separate from others, the pain of that as well as the freedom to turn inwardly and explore. It’s an aesthetic that feels of the moment but doesn’t follow any trends. It’s like seeing humanity from above.”  (....) “With Shunsaku, we see different forms of expression made possible,” Baxter said. “A unique artist emerging into our consciousness. That’s really exciting for us and that’s the type of artist we want to support.”