Australian photographer Remo Camerota has compiled more than 10,000 photos of graffiti gracing the walls of Hiroshima, Osaka, Kanagawa and Toyko. Now these works are available for all to see in Camerota’s book, "Graffiti Japan."
Expect to see a ton of anime, three-dimensional talent and mind-boggling talent.
Implications - Some things are globally recognized as a part of pop culture; however, that does not by any means mean that these things are the same across the world. What is completely commonplace in one part of the world may be offensive in another, and pieces that show the differences from continent to continent help consumers realize exactly how much more to see there is in the world.
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