Riding the subway sucks. Just ask commuters in Tokyo, who experience one of the most daunting — and suffocating — commutes in the world.
Haunted by the intensity of this dense, booming city, German photographer Michael Wolf took to the “subsurface insanity” of Tokyo’s notoriously crowded subway system to capture these insanely uncomfortable images of commuters in various stages of morning agony. In his latest book, Wolf releases never before seen photos from his “Tokyo Compression” series. Check out the full collection.
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