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This book covers a cult trend in Tokyo -- the trading photographic of self-portraits. It is a new way of communicating among young Japanese women with cameras; their new nickname is "kubi kara camera zoku" (the crowd with a camera around the neck). Their spokeswoman is Hiromix, the spiritual daughter of Nobuyoshi Araki. Born in 1976, she knows well that her youth won't last forever; she therefore pins it clown through her camera lense. Her world is made of self-portra its, friends, fashion, and visions of Tokyo. It's a world of colors and innocence. It's her world of today.

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About the author (1998)

Hiromix won first prize in the renowned "New Photo Generation Competition" in 1995 and has published several books in Japan.