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Carlo Fumarola's Tokyo


Tokyo has a miraculous way of blending old and new. It’s a place where tradition goes head-to-head with unapologetic modernism, creating a city that feels altogether futuristic and steeped in antiquity at the same time. With a city dating back to 1457, the roots grow deep, serving as anchors for the lights and skyscrapers soaring above. Documenting some of the city’s most riveting architecture is photographer Carlo Fumarola, whose work highlights the curious shapes and confounding geometry peppering Tokyo’s skyline. Though people sometimes get a cameo in his shots, they almost seem to play second fiddle to the structures surrounding them. Here, it's the buildings that are the star of the show.  

Photos courtesy of Carlo Fumarola.