15 June 2011

"Toyko Compression" photos

"Tokyo compression," by German-born Hong Kong-based photographer Michael Wolf is a collection of images showcasing local commuters through the aperture of foggy subway car doors. At once a snapshot of the capital city's density, urban infrastructure, and societal makeup, the voyeuristic series captures subjects ranging from sleepy indifference to dazed confusion. 
The photographer's website.


  1. It's almost as though they were dead already.

  2. wow, went and followed the link, each picture looks like a little slice of hell.

  3. Resignation.
    Some seem to touch the glass like a security blanket.
    Who hasn't been there?
    It certainly will be a big part of a crowded earth future.


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