Gallery: Teemu Jarvinen's Sapporo • Discoverology

Gallery: Teemu Jarvinen’s Sapporo

Finnish street photographer Teemu Jarvinen draws inspiration from the traditions of cyberpunk and film noir, so when he took his camera to Sapporo, Japan earlier this year, he inserted those influences into his images of the city’s snowy streetscapes.

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