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Along the roads leading to the Fukushima nuclear plant, The french Photographer Forian Ruiz took pictures of the radioactive contamination’s presence. He wanted to show the beauty of places abandoned by inhabitants who favored interior’s refuge in order to avoid radioactive radiation. Inspired by American landscape photography of the 60’s photography, he captured common colors […]
Japanese icons are famed and well photographed; Fuji, Tokyo Tower, Fushimi Inari-taisha. A popular foreign image of Japan, though less pondered and less visualized, is of high-tech manufacturing and gargantuan industrial might. A short sanpo (walk) just south of Tokyo, the port of Kawasaki welcomes you, and reeks of chemicals from neatly arranged legions of […]
Edited by Odeta Catana, Photo Editor Matsuki Narishige Could you tell us few words about your self. I am 31 years old, a hair designer, and own a little hair salon/atelier in Tokyo. I take analogue photography, and sew dolls in my spare time.
Christopher Bush moved to New York in 2004 and has been shooting fashion along with longer form personal projects. These images were shot in Tokyo over two months in the spring and fall of 2013. Through its everyday movements, the identity of the city was revealed in the fantastic daily uniforms, the timeless air, and […]
Nuno Moreira is a visual artist living and working in Tokyo, originally from Lisbon, Portugal. His projects take the form of photography, video, photo-montage and installation. He has exhibited solo and in group shows since 2006, just released the photo book “State of Mind” and his work seeks to explore themes such as identity, memory, […]
Maycec is a french photographer and self-publisher living in Berlin. Her pictures and zines are a mixture of her work in the fashion world, an alternative culture and her own life. http://maycec.tumblr.com/ Here is a reportage shot in Tokyo in May 2013, after 10 days of visit A kind of first vision of Japan. It’s […]
I flew directly to Tokyo after Paris fashion week. I was stoked to be going to Tokyo. The monotony of the European fashion capitals was getting to me. Tokyo was the exact opposite of Europe. Everything was upside down. All the little chores I’d had to do everywhere else, was a little adventure in Japan. […]
Jürgen Bürgin was born in Lörrach in Germany in 1971. He was studying German literature, linguistics and economy in Freiburg and received a degree at the Albert-Ludwigs Universität in Freiburg in 1998.