Evocative Multiple-Exposure Photos From a Japanese Taxicab

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According to French art site Fubiz, where we first spotted these images, they’re the work of a Japanese photographer by the name of Issui Enomoto, who took them through the window of the taxi he drives. Through the use of multiple exposures, Enomoto builds up atmospheric, brooding portraits of the city at night. According to his website, the artist appears to be based in Yokohama, but if anyone reads Japanese, do feel free to correct me — and in any case, it feels like these could be any big city in any country, a place where humanity exists in the shadow of vast concrete edifices and under the glare of fluorescent lights.

Photo credit: Issui Enomoto

Photo credit: Issui Enomoto

Photo credit: Issui Enomoto

Photo credit: Issui Enomoto

Photo credit: Issui Enomoto

Photo credit: Issui Enomoto

Photo credit: Issui Enomoto

Photo credit: Issui Enomoto

Photo credit: Issui Enomoto

Photo credit: Issui Enomoto