Photography Tokyo Walking

Prints by Justin Epperson


I wrote about Justin’s great Tokyo photography a while back — make sure to follow him on Instagram, where he shares new shots on a daily basis — and now he’s started selling prints and a tee through Redbubble. I think the shot included in this post would look fantastic on a wall.


Liam Wong


I came across this post on Design You Trust with really fantastic photography of Tokyo by Liam Wong, and then after doing a bit of digging, I find out that he’s an art director at Ubisoft Montreal (that’s where I work). You’ll find more of his city photography at his Instagram account, and you can buy prints and other things from his Society6 page.

Update: All these lovely photos were actually first shared in this post on Kotaku back in March, by none other than my buddy Brian Ashcraft.

Books Magazines Photography


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My friend Gueorgui Tcherednitchenko has just produced his first zine, Turbulence, that collects some of his black & white Tokyo photography. It’s a nice little print object, and I’m definitely a fan of what he’s been shooting over the past year or two (following him on Instagram) — in fact, the avatar of me you see in this post (and at my social media accounts) was taken by him. You can order a copy here.

Fashion Games

Hyrule Tease

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I’m loving the latest teeses — see what I did there — showing up in  Editmode‘s Instagram feed for new additions coming to its “The King of Games” collection of clothing.


A Car Drives By

I’m not much of a car guy — although I have come to realize in recent years that the racing game in indeed my favorite genre (along with RPGs) — but I did quite like the looks of what you see pictured above, which drove past me as I was having a coffee at the Starbucks by the Junkudo bookstore in Ikebukuro. When I put the photo up on Instagram, a friend mentioned that it may be a classic Porsche, but I have no idea.

I should mention that all of the photos I’ve been posting on the site of late are taken with my iPhone, using a variety of apps for the effects: Instagram, Cross Process, and Hipstamatic.