Explore Tokyo in the 1970s and 80s through Masatoshi Naito's gritty photoseries 'Tokyo: A Vision of Its Other Side'. "Somebody gathers food dumped by bars and restaurants. Another one picks up cardboard boxes and cans that may sell. There are people sleeping on the street. Some of them are drinking alcohol. Homeless people begin to act lively. Exactly, Tokyo as a ‘huge life form’ reveals itself" - take a look via the link in our bio #faroutmagazine
“Part 4 of an ongoing series”
I have actually been really happy with my feed lately. No edited, staged photos, very organic content. My account isn’t growing at all, but it’s really inspiring to me. As an artist I’m constantly pondering the age old question “Am I producing content that is creative, or content I know people like and want to see?” I’m obviously not doing anything groundbreaking but I am creating from the heart, content that I find inspiring and interesting, and am pushing it, even though it’s not resonating as I would like it to.
Last week Alex said I’m not doing anything on my feed, no series, no Disruption. That was on the day we walked here. I’ve walked through this courtyard countless times, but this time I was inspired to create. And to me, that’s what this series is all about.
verb / adjective
bring to life / full of life."
As a part of my photography project, I did a photo series called - "hand painted bodies. hand painted emotions."
The complexity of emotions we deal with is limitless. The way we think, react or feel alters with every passing moment. Therefore, it isn't necessary that what we may see is all that there is. .
The next few pictures will be about some 'emotions' that differ as much as every stroke in a painting does. Because in the end, it might not even be about the complete picture that you're seeing but the minute lines that have created it in the first place. .
The photographs are clicked open to your interpretation. So, mostly think whatever.