Photos by Patrick Tsai. Tokyo, Japan.
I love the first, dude solving rubix cube on the subway.
I really like the fourth and sixth. Beautiful colors.
the one with the cats makes me shivver
Really dig these. In a way they capture Japan – at least how we want to see it.
BTW I can solve a rubics cube on 2 days, 13 hours, 5 minutes and 44 seconds – and also ride the subway (not at the same time however)!
all his work is awesome.
Most of these photographs totally capture Japan for me, because I saw so much of that stuff when I was there in January. Really interesting work.
These are excellent.
thx pat! following your work for years :-)
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