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      Japanese People Love Aaron Walker's Trash

      December 20, 2012

      I live and work on New York's Lower East Side, but for some reason, I've just gained a huge following in the online Japanese photo community. I have no idea why, but a prevalent theme in my work is the discarded object; I like searching for beauty in trash.

      Maybe there's some connection between the two I've yet to think of.

      Whether you're a rubbish-loving Japanese person or not, if you possess a modicum of taste you'll love Aaron's photos, so you should check out some more of his work here. You should follow him on Twitter, too: @DREAMS_PHOTOS

      Previously:

      Albert Elm Is Like Photography's Edward Scissorhands

      Zacharias Dimitriadis Makes Greece Look Fun Again

      Jared Buschang Hates Your Face

       

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      Topics: Aaron Walker, New York, japan, trash, Photography, still life

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