Salarymen from Osaka often greet each other with Mokari Makka? A phrase which roughly translates to ‘Did you make any money?’ Join Dutch Photographer Thijs Koelink on a chronological, yet fictive journey through a Japanese metropolis.
The book ‘Mokari Makka?’ is published in Utrecht. You read this book like a Manga, starting from the back, then chronologically forward. To further align with Japanese Manga books, ‘Mokari Makka?’ is printed on off-white Roman paper.
Black and white photographs with architectural constructed compositions. These photographs we’re taken with an analog camera where the film was exposed two times, resulting in a great selection of graphic panoramic images reflecting the structures of the northern Antwerp docks.