9 August 2012
Last updated at 13:36
Glasgow based artist David Shrigley travels to Tokyo for the final episode of the BBC's Collaboration Culture series. There he meets graphic artist and illustrator Teresa Chiba, and together they work on an unusual art project.
They decide to create a short comic by each drawing their versions of their shared cultural experiences in the city. The comic books will be very lo-tech, photocopied and stapled by hand. Just a hundred will be made.
Shrigley, who is famous for his simple and quirky line drawings, draws on one page, while Chiba, who Shrigley says is a much better drawer, completes the other.
The sushi drawings, which will go on the back page of the comic, turns out to be one of the most popular pages and creates a lot of laughter.
The comic is called Tokyo Yo-Yo, describing their hectic schedule during their few days together exploring the city.
They work together to draw two strange characters - drawing different body parts each.
The artists' drawings vary in style. While Shrigley draws more sushi, Chiba draws two of her friends who often dress up as comic characters.
They hire out gallery space in one of Tokyo's trendiest neighbourhoods and hand-make signs to entice people in.
Soon there is a long queue and the small, handmade comics get a very positive reaction.