At first glance, the designs by concept artist "E wo kaku Peter" ("Peter who draws") appear to be merely fanciful, like these:
Formula One tow car Ancient Egyptian hard drive Dracula extermination kit
The first hint that Peter's got some underlying thoughts about a consumerist society appears with this drawing of a bland, joyless, generic, faceless toy.
And these needlessly overcomplicated product designs.
Electric toothbrush that runs on power tool batteries Hi-tech train ticket puncher Hi-tech bread bag plastic tie Hi-tech needle threader Augmented cell phone
He's got some thoughts on technology, infrastructure and public space, too.
Public Twitter terminals Public smartphone Cyber (e-?)mailbox Takoyaki (octopus ball) maker built into a manhole
As well as some commentary on the fetishization of military equipment.
Militarized spray bottle The Kawaii ("cute") machine pistol The Kawaii ("cute") machine pistol Rental-umbrella-stand-based machine gun dispenser, 1 Rental-umbrella-stand-based machine gun dispenser, 2
He also gets some jabs in at what we spend our time doing and how we treat nature and the environment, including our own bodies.
Mobile gaming rig A "Planter PC" Disposable lungs
Perceived commentary aside, the bulk of the projects on Peter's website are of military vehicles and robots. He periodically releases new work on his Twitter account.
On the latter he occasionally releases video of his drawing process.
The man's got skills.