Drawings and illustrations of inhabitants of the Labor Town of Kamagasaki. Starting off with a very short, sped up video, showing a charcoil drawing of a man reading a book on the streets.
100 yen sake, scissors, batteries, peanuts, and washing powder. All can be found in the classic vending machines of Osaka’s Nishinari-ku neigborhood.
Jumping on the vaporwave bandwagon.
Swiping right as if your life depends on it, but without any success. The hard life of a frustrated Tinder user.
Though a bit scary, a walk through Yubari at nighttime leads you to interesting, seemingly deserted places. Though Yubari is by no means a ghost town, from six or seven at night, almost everyone seems to be inside. I saw more deers outside than people Read More …
Post-war pictures of the Kamagasaki yoseba, taken in the sixties and seventies. These images were printed in a magazine produced by Osaka City University. The magazine can be found here.
Drawing Monkey Man and Smoking Hank. I increased the speed of the original footage by 2000%.
Shot nearby the Tamagawa River (多摩川), which forms the natural border between the Tokyo-prefecture and Kanagawa-prefecture.