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Charles Fréger spent years capturing ceremonies in rural Japan. We talked to the French-born photographer about his own small-town upbringing, his work in the fashion world, and why he's no anthropologist.

insanely colorful photos of japanese ritualistic garments

Charles Fréger spent years capturing ceremonies in rural Japan. We talked to the French-born photographer about his own small-town upbringing, his work in the fashion world, and why he's no anthropologist.

insanely colorful photos of japanese ritualistic garments | read | i-D

insanely colorful photos of japanese ritualistic garments

Charles Fréger spent years capturing ceremonies in rural Japan. We talked to the French-born photographer about his own small-town upbringing, his work in the fashion world, and why he's no anthropologist.

crystalline-aesthetics: “Charles Fréger “Yokainoshima series - Japan, 2013-15 ” ”

YOKAINOSHIMA In just after finishing his European tour of winter masquerades (Wilder Mann), Charles Fréger began a photography project exploring Japan’s

「yokainoshima」の画像検索結果

French photographer Charles Fréger (whom we've previously featured here) is back with a brand new eye-opening series titled 'Yokainoshima'.

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YOKAINOSHIMA In just after finishing his European tour of winter masquerades (Wilder Mann), Charles Fréger began a photography project exploring Japan’s

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YOKAINOSHIMA In just after finishing his European tour of winter masquerades (Wilder Mann), Charles Fréger began a photography project exploring Japan’s

“Yokainoshima” series by Charles Freger | http://inagblog.com/2016/10/charles-freger-2/ | #photography

Japanese villagers wearing their traditional costumes designed to call in a fertile harvest and scare away evil spirits.

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YOKAINOSHIMA In just after finishing his European tour of winter masquerades (Wilder Mann), Charles Fréger began a photography project exploring Japan’s

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