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Tokyo Compression - Michael Wolf

A series of photographs taken in the crowded tokyo subway, entitled tokyo compression. By: Michael Wolf

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Tokyo's packed subway system - Photos - The painful commute in Tokyo

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Tokyo-based German photographer Michael Wolf invites you to take a look at the Japanese capital through the eyes of the city's daily commuter.

Michael Wolf’s Tokyo Compression. People in the subway trains of the Japanese capital. An emotional collection of commuting individuals, with each portrait telling a unique story.

Michael Wolf’s Tokyo Compression. People in the subway trains of the Japanese capital. An emotional collection of commuting individuals, with each portrait telling a unique story.

The Japanese Metro - Micheal Wolf took these pictures of people in a crowded Japanese metro. | #Photography |

November 2011 New Photography by Nini Baseema One of the most evocative contemporary photography series I have seen in a while is Michael Wolf’s Tokyo Compression. The German shoots people in the subway trains of the Japanese capital.

Michael Wolf captures Tokyo's claustrophobic metro during rush hour

This photo was taken in 2012 by Michael Wolf and is from his book Tokyo Compression volume 3 published by Pepperoni and Asia One Books. It shows the pain of being squashed into a Tokyo subway system which has not enough room for the passengers it carries

© Michael Wolf - Tokyo Compression (2012) photography, portraits, crowded trains, modern artist

© Michael Wolf - Tokyo Compression photography, portraits, crowded trains, modern artist Through framing the people within the train windows we get a sense of the lack of space and how uncomfortable it must be.

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