In\u00a0Modern Cyberpunk – Hiroto Ikeuchi, Artist and Modeler we see\u00a0Hiroto, a Tokyo-based artist that’s specialized in the creation of dioramas using parts from plastic models. He is now looking towards\u00a0creating accessories such as earphones or headphones using the same concept thus hiding the value in the elaborate form. It’s like design around design.Image via OtakuModeIn\u00a0this Toco Toco episode, Ikeuchi takes us to Tama Art University, one of Japan\u2019s most prestigious art universities, into the Art Science department. Then we see him\u00a0head towards Asagaya (a residential area of Tokyo located in Suginami ward west of Shinjuku) to visit Ikeuchi\u2019s atelier where he showcases his creations.Ikeuchi explains his work and most recent collaborations to lay more light on his universe, constantly expanding one diorama at a time.I build moveable figures and computer accessories primarily using professional model parts. Using the integrative theme of \u2018A Vision Incarnated in a Plastic Model,\u2019 I make a choice and use plastic models to make my wild ideas reality.When explaining it to fellow otaku, it\u2019s convenient to liken it to Arcueid\u2019s Marble Phantasm or \u2018banishment this world.\u2019 When I\u2019m creating computer accessories, I take the shape and how it will be used into account and thereafter remodel it (building a mouse using plastic model parts to resemble a tank, etc.).\u201d(Taken from\u00a0Hiroto Ikeuchi’s OtakuMode profile)Hiroto also has a Tumblr blog [@ikeuchi-products] detailing all his creations which you can find here***Nikolas Badminton is a world-respected futurist speaker that researches, speaks, and writes about the future of work, how technology is affecting the workplace, how workers are adapting, the sharing economy, and how the world is evolving. He appears at conferences in Canada, USA, UK, and Europe.\u00a0Email him to book him for your radio, TV show, or conference.