Tokyo Headphone Girls: Vol.01

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 "TOKYO HEADPHONE GIRLS" is a web-photoalbum which you can entertain yourself with auditory sense and vision, imagining various backgrounds by listening to the music really coming out from those girls' headphones.

Tokyo Sinpu, photographer, with an idea of collaborating music and picture through an icon namely a Headphone, took photos of more than 100 amateur girls, models, and artists utilizing the energy and passion of his own. 

The e-book sale of "TOKYO HEADPHONE GIRLS" begins on 2014.

「TOKYO HEADPHONE GIRLS」は女の子達のヘッドフォンから流れている曲を実際に聴きながら、様々な背景を想像して視覚と聴覚で楽しむ新しいWeb写真集です。

カメラマン「東京神父」が音楽と写真をヘッドフォンというアイコンを通してコラボレーションさせるといった発想から、現在まで100人を超える素人、モデル、アーティストなどを精力的に撮影。

2014年に「TOKYO HEADPHONE GIRLS」を電子書籍にて販売開始。

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About the author

 I worked as a musician till 29 years old. Having begun designing for my own band triggered a change to be a free-lance designer. I deal with all works of KUBRICK DESIGN. I also produce a lot of works as Pop artist, Graphic artist and Photographer.

東京神父 Sinpu Tokyo - Web designer / Designer / Artist / Photographer / KUBRICK DESIGN代表

29歳までミュージシャンとして活動。自身のバンドのデザインを始めたことがキッカケでフリーのデザイナーになる。
ポップアートやグラフィックアーティスト、カメラマンとしての作品も多数制作。

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Clunky Design
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Published on
Apr 25, 2014
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Pages
116
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Language
English
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Genres
Photography / General
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This content is DRM free.
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