RARE PHOTOGRAPHER Aaron Graubart
RARE STYLIST Sal Henley
PROPS STYLIST Alexander Breeze
Fishermen in Japan in the mid-nineteenth century knew how to have fun. Gyotaku is a kind of nature-printing method where fine rice paper is applied to the inked-up surface of a fish or other sea creature, first developed by Japanese fishermen to record their catch. Roughly along the same lines a brass rubbing, only fishier. This series of images was inspired by the traditional methods of gyotaku but with a very modern twist.