Not go art, I post it here because of his carving board The wooden block became under his hands the third sculpture in the tweet.
And now for something completely different: graffiti go. At least that was the plan, but searching the internet, I didn’t find much go/baduk/weiqi related graffiti. This is my total harvest
Surprising, because of the Hikaru no Go wave, I would have expected that at least some of the fans would have picked up their spray cans and started spraying go scenes in metro stations and on trains.
Edit: This one is actually written by Leon Vie (lived from 1916-1986; famous Dutch journalist who wrote about several games in the NRC in the seventies), but was used as cover for advertising Kawabata’s book by second hand bookshop De Slegte.
I wonder if any of those board pictures shows the actual game from the book.
I’m too lazy to check it myself!
There not that many candidates, two maybe?
Found these on gobase.org.
Acompanied by the somewhat puzzling description:
Mihai Serban and Diana Ardelean - The kyu kids from Romania
Artwork by Diana Ardelean (10 years old)