Public transport in rush hour — the real horror: the Apple is not something that is nowhere to fall, for it is generally difficult to find free from the exhausted bodies of the unfortunate passengers hundred cubic centimeters. However, in the former Soviet Union is the situation more bearable, but in some Eastern Asian countries things are quite bad. For example, in Tokyo. Subway Japanese capital in the busiest time of his work — hell, next to which the classic "folk festivals" in Vykhino not even standing.
Michael Wolff on the images of his photo project, entitled Tokyo Compression ("Crush in Tokyo") vividly showed how the inhabitants of the Japanese capital to get to work in the morning and home in the evenings. But that is more than commendable — it's what truly heroic restraint and calm, the Tokyo daily endure this unpleasant situation.
Using a diverse array of perspectives and visual approaches, wolf uses his camera to show the human energy that flows through the modern city. His photographs captivate their frankness and originality.
Every day a huge number of people comes into this underground hell, and spends hours in a small space between the glass, steel and other people who also go to their place of work or back home.
The photo shows the countless faces of people, each of them trying to sustain this evident madness in their own way. And, most interestingly, the photo of Wulff you will find evil entities. People tolerate unattractive situation with no aggression and in total silence.
The project "Trampling Tokyo" focuses on the craziness of the underground system in Tokyo.
Hidden beauty of photos is that they seem to offer you to determine the fate of each weary way of the traveler.
The situation in metro city, which is home to about 13 million people, compounded by the fact that every day come here about 2.5 million people hurrying to work or to study.
People are so used to the terrible overcrowding and the crush in the subway, that in this situation manage to do the unthinkable: to enjoy music, read a book or doze off peacefully.
Looking at a photo with a fogged from the breath of the crowd the Windows of the cars, flattened on the glass bodies and faces of the lucky people who managed to get into the cars, and you start to feel some discomfort.
Truly, the photo project by Michael wolf "Trampling Tokyo" showing the ordinary and quite familiar to the situation in Tokyo is a real nightmare for the claustrophobic.