Osaka Street Flowers

Osaka, to me, was defined by how different it is to Tokyo and how the differences are not just in planning and layout of the city but down to the way people engage with their immediate environment.

I wanted to show that Japan cannot be categorised by one concept or even one location, but through cumulative experience and action. Everything is created based on someone’s previous actions and there isn’t only one story behind what you see.

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