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Portraits Of Japanese Street Punk Culture!

Tatsuo Suzuki and Yusuke Yamatani are two Japanese photographers whose photos capture the current state of Punk in Japan. At the beginning of this year, they had an exhibit in London called ‘Punk In Translation.’ What I love about their work is the way that they capture the real nitty gritty of the scene, which makes their pictures so awesome! Do not get it twisted – Japan has one of the raddest punk scenes in the world!

 

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