John Sypal is a photographer based in Japan. His black and white film photographs of life in Japan are a mix of art and reality.
Combine the timeless charm of monochrome and the beauty of Japan and you've got John's street photographs. There is a little bit of everything in his photos — mystery, art, beauty, and candid moments with traces of comedy in between. Everything is intertwined in his tasteful conveyance of daily life in the land of the rising sun. We can't help but think that his photos should belong in a photo book.
If you're interested in John's work, you may head over to his website and Instagram for more. Watch out for our interview with John and our feature about his new photo book, Zuisha.
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