Poster in train station at the town of Cheongju.
Celebrating Jikji, the world’s first book printed with movable metal elements, a collection of zen teachings printed only a few kilometers (and six and a half centuries) away.
Shopping for printing elements at Taiyuan Road lanes.
Postcards from Leiden, the Netherlands.
Waking up to the first red of autumn.
To the dismay of lazy western reporters, not all Tokyo subway photos involve tormented employees napping on the doors’ glass. (Although, I’ll give it to them, this is an overground line.)
At Booze Cooperativa, one of the first all-day and night art-cafes with large common tables and maze-like rooms in Athens. In plain words, one at the hipster forefront.
Its decadence is rather less artificial these days.
Still, a place that could make you imagine being at the crossroad of continents at the turn of last century, coming together with random adventurers over a clear cocktail and a chessboard.