The Cartoon series consists of two horizontal lines, a uniform background of three colors and a popular silhouette.

The series is based on the idea that people today rely more on information from the Internet than from experience or from other people.

world where people rely more on information from the Internet than on experience or information from other people, and where people have the same feelings of respect and slander toward characters as they do toward people.

This work uses popular silhouettes to express the changing sense of values of modern people, who do not have a "boundary between two-dimensional and human" to evaluate characters in the same way that people respect or slander people.

The parallel lines that divide the colors represent the silence of Japan after its defeat in World War II, when information from other countries was cut off, and the flatness of the country without wealth or class.

The empty character is a reference to the superficiality of Japanese culture, where Japan has removed the concept of content from European and Western culture and mass-produced a new, high quality product using superficial references.

It expresses the unique Japanese culture of "Cheap top-notch" (cheap top-notch) mass production of new, high quality products with superficial reference.

Kanai asks what the difference is between a fake and an original in a society where information is equally available and he asks the viewer if there is any difference between the emotional changes that can be experienced by humans and those that can be experienced through two-dimensional images.