Wednesday, 7 November 2007


Naoki Honjo, a japonese photographer that recently exhibited his work at Paul Smith's Albemarle Street gallery, in London, shows the world you live in from a perspective you've never seen before.
Taking photographs of natural sights or city scapes from high above, Honjo creates images that resemble miniature worlds where real people, trees and buildings seem like small pieces in artificially created model sceneries.
Also available in a book called 'Small Planet', Naoki Honjo's photography is a great example of how all art should be, truly refreshing and ironic.
( Written by Álvaro, Photography by Naoki Honjo )

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