Up to one month after the hits the Japan coastline, these haunting images from Tohoku are a constant reminder of the force and power of nature. Ships are carried across land and deposited outside train stations and onto road and house, vehicles pile up in a mass grave of burnt out twisted metal and houses lay in ruins for as far as the eye can see.
Remo Camerota of Whitewall Studios has a genuine commitment to evolving the creative process. Remo works across disciplines and is committed to exploring new ways of expressing political and social views in a compelling visual style. Bringing a diverse range of skills for both new media and printed mediums, including illustration, photography, multimedia, film/video and interactive design, Remos’ work reflects an ever changing growth in art and community.