Tokyo Compression: Faces Of Japanese Commuters Gasping For Life On The City’s Trains
DO you suffer from claustrophobia? If you do, then The Tokyo railways system is not for you. German photographer Michael Wolf has captured the cheek-to-cheek commute endured by Japanese commuters in Tokyo. It’s called Tokyo Compression. If the trapped bodies within the sealed trains had the energy and space to raise an arm, they’d snaking a thin finger into the condensation formed on the glass and plead for you to send help and save yourself.
Spotter: Dangerous Minds