These photos (self-portraits) by 89-year-old photographer Kimiko Nishimoto are simply hilarious. Via Spoon & Tamago.
Nothing really to say other than I still really love the Gener8ion Tumblr, even though I know nothing about who is behind it. Love the aesthetic.
Craig recently shared a new essay that talks about the process he went through in putting out Koya Bound — as with all of his essays, it’s as informative as it is entertaining to read. I’d also point you to the latest edition of his Roden Explorers newsletter, in which he describes in detail what […]
I unfortunately don’t know who took these shots — I spotted them via this tweet — but I’m in love with the purple atmosphere.
Tetsuro Takehana is a photographer for the Asahi Shimbun who has gone back to Fukushima to capture the area as it gets enveloped by nature. There’s more to see in this Spoon & Tamago post.
Photography site State of Tokyo gets a lovely new logo, and here’s the tale of how it got made.
It’s incredible how haunting and creepy a kids playground can look at night when illuminated, as seen through the work of photographer Kito Fujio. Via Spoon & Tamago.
The always amazing Lee Basford is behind the fantastic video produced for the Tokyo stop of the “Rapha Rides” project (taking place in 20 cities around the world). Not only is it a beautiful look at taking in Tokyo by bike, it also features one of my design heroes (Groovisions). On the negative side, this […]
“L’appel du vide” a beautiful photography project by Lukasz Palka that offers up a rooftop view of Tokyo.
I love this shot taken in Tokyo’s Golden Gai area. Via Tokyoluv.