In Kiyokawa it is said that a few years ago there was a boy who lived with his strict and very traditional father. At school, his talent for art was soon discovered that his father did not want to support. He did not achieve the high goals he had envisioned for him as his son. His son should have become a great blender, just like him.
However, the boy secretly went to an art school where he met participants who also struggled with various established agreements. They then founded their art group in order to rebel against these superficial values and goals with the use of expressive art. This emotional rebellion was – paired with dark color schemes – illustrated by the use of an Ensō.