CityArchitecture by Koji Tajima

Koji Tajima , living in Gunma Japan. I like Urbanscape , Architecture. These are my urban surreal photo experiment.

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Koji Tajima , living in Gunma Japan. I like Urbanscape , Architecture. These are my urban surreal photo experiment.

I’m going to go HongKong and London and some huge cities to the future. and continue these works. I have been worked advertising company several years as interactive designer. I saw a great works in that and I created web site with the staff of company. Turned freelance from 2011. Very inspiration from that.

Time, space, architecture, perspective. Break and re-create.

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    Elaine Lindsay (@troolsocial)

    Jun 3, 2013 at 14:07

    I feel so lucky to know some amazing photographers, whose talent and eye for beauty allow me to see things as they do. Each photographer expands my world a bit more! This is brilliant.. Thank you and a special Thank you to +Al Espinosa(Brooklym Born) from the Shark Wrangler!

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    janssens serge

    Sep 15, 2013 at 17:22

    J’aime beaucoup votre approche de ce genre de photographie et je ne peut que vous félicité .bravo

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