On 11 March 2011 tragedy hit Japan. An earthquake followd by a Tsunami caused havoc in the country. Our friend Charlie Kirk was out photographing on the streets of Tokyo like he does every day when disaster struck. These are images taken around Roppongi and Akaseka (Tokyo) between 8 and 9pm. No trains or cabs. Cell phones down. Lots of worried looking faces. If you’re in the position show some support to the people of Japan (and other needy in the world) or feel free to donate to the Red Cross for it’s Japan relief efforts.
Charlie Kirk – 11 March 2011
Kaymir Stark is a dutch visual artist. I create abstract and atmospheric landscapes, full of light, sounds and scents. My work is in praise of simplicity and purity. I am looking for the space between the notes. The void that harbours mystique and rawness. A richly mellow beauty that’s striking but not obvious. An unpolished power that harnesses nature’s hidden properties. Expressed in the muted tones of closely related hues.