you are welcome
with a bit of something like YY literacy we might have to listen to what he said about the relationship to integral in the recent wwd interview. now it's not he that can decide on the day he quits, in the first place.
the days he was able to behave according primarily to the bigaku* engraved on his heart are long gone. so, as long as there is some demand around, which is really a fortunate thing, he may have more opportunities to offer what customers want him to make than share his vision, what he wants or needs to make. though it's a normal thing to do as a company, just less of what he used to do, as we know he is good at making, not selling.
* ... it's a matter of whether or not things you tried to write are things truly necessary. whether or not they are your own gems you can't help expressing even if you have to exchange your life for them. and then, whether or not they are genuinely expressed, unnecessary things removed, with your unique hand in response to that need.