Shinichi Higashi’s Tokyo Symmetry and Reflections

Using mirrors to flip the photos, Japanese photographer Shinichi Higashi’s images of various spots in Tokyo at night merges movement and transcends places. His Graffiti Speed/Mirror Symmetry collection begs you to pay attention to the smallest details of these bustling cityscapes. A mastermind behind the Sega and Sonic movement, Higashi’s creative talent is blossoming.

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