This Photographer Captured The Life Of A Ping Pong Table For 5 Years – Design You Trust

This Photographer Captured The Life Of A Ping Pong Table For 5 Years

For five years, Japanese photographer Hayahisa Tomiyasu has documented the daily life of a ping pong table. Between 2011 and 2016, he captured the moments of life taking place around this urban object, which became the scene of the most diverse actions. An excellent contemplative series soberly entitled TTP.

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