In Japan, everything has its own model, and the shape of an idea or action counts as much as the content.
Creating a pattern means discovering a structure and repeating it through created shapes that always assume an archetype.
Nature itself is often the original model in the purity of the Japanese composition. Its shapes are faithfully repeated everywhere, giving consistency to the appearance of waves, colour, and zoomorphic elements, in which the pattern prevails, making the view more coherent. This way, chaos is defeated and the cleanliness of the stroke prevails.