The illustrator asked to create an image on the very first page turned in a work of beauty that spread over two pages.
Although everyone was asked not to use inks that would seep through the back of the page, the colors of one person's work bled through the next blank page.
But all was not lost. The man's wife took advantage of the stain to create her own work.
The rules that Tsutsumi established were broken one after another, but in most cases the results were for the better.
I'm all for artists breaking the "rules". Fabulous idea.