Japan Taxi Driver by Daniel Gebhart de Koekkoek

Austrian photographer, Daniel Gebhart de Koekkoek, created this series of photographs for Waterfall Magazine called Japan Taxi Driver. In the photos we see Japanese taxi drivers taking a nap, although they look half dead, no taxi drivers were hurt in the proceedings. Founded in 2006, Waterfall Magazine makes connections between daily life, artists and universal experiences. They want to emphasise on the instantaneous aesthetic experiences and small pulsations brought on by daily life. By presenting the details of these moments, the magazine reinforces readers’ own sensitivity and appreciation for the beauty of daily routine based on each individual’s own life experience.

I would pick up a magazine if you want to be inspired, there is lots of good imagery inside each issue.

Also check out Daniel Gebhart de Koekkoek website here.


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