Taylor Holland's 'Junkudo' Focuses on a Japanese Bookshop

By: Jordy E  - Published: Sep 11, 2012 • References: taylorho
Taylor Holland's 'Junkudo' snapshots zoom in on a Japanese bookshop. The vibrant stacks of paper reveal a wealth of colors with teals, purples and yellows, an unlikely yet moving site for this artistic photo session.

Prints from the Junkudo lot are currently available for purchase in Paris, as are the bulk of Holland's past collections. His capacity for unusual photography is remarkable, as seen in his Public Sleeping, Safety First or detailed Eurobus images.

A further side to Holland's vision can be contrived here. The angular line ups publicize his lesser known preoccupation with the physical beauty of academia, a new concept for those who view the scholarly field in purely dry, uninviting or inelegant terms. Stats for Vibrant Book Stack Snapshots Trending: Older & Chilly
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