Walk for just a few minutes around the dizzying streets of Tokyo, and you'll be sure to encounter a surge of billboards, signs, screens and posters advertising various businesses and products in intoxicating shapes and colors. Advertisements have become as crucial a facet of any bustling city as tall buildings, foot traffic and public transportation.
French graphic deisgner Nicolas Damiens reveals just how critical ads are to the character of a metropolis by showing how surreal the space would look without them. In his series aptly titled "Tokyo Without Ads," Damiens strips the buzzing Tokyo streets of any and all ads. The result is nearly unrec...
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