He also works in large scale sculptures and drawings. The life-size sculpture below, entitled Haiiro Trash, not only addresses notions of fashion and beauty but the trash nature of our current throw-away culture, and evokes useless celebrities who have often gained fame through exhibiting their ugly, petty behavior on reality television shows, or perhaps by desperately exhibiting their panty-less crotches to paparazzi while exiting cars.
The series of drawings below, which Sit calls Haiiro, speak to the state of anxiety of modern life. They recall Robert Longo's drawings of 1980s Wall Street types being struck by some tremendous invisible force. While Longo's subjects were taken unaware, Sit's subjects are doing the only thing they can do: run.