Jesse’s book review, 1991 Jesse is back with another review. Moving on a few decades this time, as the last one was 1959. Over to Jesse: 1991-1995 Work possesses a surprising amount of depth for what the content actually is. Compiled over the aforementioned years, photographer Hashiguchi George went to various places of work in Japan […]
Jesse’s book review, Origins by Kozo Miyoshi It has been while since the last book review, so a nice peaceful Sunday book review seems apt. Jesse reviews the stunning work of Kozo Miyoshi. Check it out.
Featured photographer, Ariko Inaoka I am very fortunate to be able to call Ariko Inaoka a friend, as she is one of the kindest and most honest people that I know. She is also a very talented photographer and I am a big fan of her work. I recently got the chance to spend the […]
Featured photographer, Junku Nishimura It is my great pleasure to bring you a little interview with a truly great photographer who I have had the pleasure of shooting with, Junku Nishimura. He is one of the most easygoing and honest people I have ever had the pleasure to meet and shooting with him is a […]
Jesse’s book review – An Album: The Everlasting Story by Shoji Ueda In his latest review Jesse shares with us a book that I was unfamiliar with. This looks really good and as always Jesse has beautiful pictures and a thoughtful review. Read on.
Jesse’s Book Review – Shamanatsu 2011 by Araki Jesse Freeman kicks off the new year with a new book review. Come and read this wonderfully composed piece. Some of this may be considered NSFW, just so you know.
Book Review: Tokyo, the 50’s by Ikko Narahara Jesse Freeman is back again with another wonderful book review for us. The last one was brilliantly received and I hope you all enjoy this one as much too.
Featured photographer, Antonis Damolis Recently on another tour of my contacts on Flickr I noticed some very interesting pictures and thought I should have another look. Antonis has a style that I find humorous but also demanding. With well composed images and use of shadows. Let’s learn a bit more about this great photographer.
Are they the same? Who cares? We have another piece by guest writer Jerome Arfouche for you. This piece is the first in a four part series that wil be spread out over the next week or so. I would really like to hear comments on this. Share your thoughts with us.
A different view of Japan, the haikyo There is a word in Japanese for exploring old buildings, and that word is haikyo 廃墟. It means abandoned buildings, but it is understood that when you say the word you are going to explore the old buildings.