That's brilliant, so simple and really impressive in the flesh. And at first it seems really simple, it's just little scratches in the paint, but you really can see them going one way and then something disturbs them and en masse they all turn and go the other way. It really captures the feeling you get when you're underwater, swimming with them. It's interesting as we've just done a range of tableware with Falmouth Art College, and it's got a marine theme and it's basically just the sea is in blue and the land is white and it really reminds me of this. I love these little fish, they're fantastic. I could imagine a jug made with this painting (don't tell Ken that!). I really like the way Ken questions why shouldn't art be all around us, on bedding or on a beach towel or a t-shirt, and I really love how the Japanese people especially incorporate art into their everyday life - having a piece of art as a bag or an umbrella or a top. This work has got a real Japanese feel to it, it's sort of abstract but really clear exactly what it is. It's simple but it's very smart.