Ben Toms' Bizarre Photographs Get Spotlighted at Dover Street Market Ginza

Arriving as limited edition postcards.

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When he’s not shooting fashion editorials for major labels, UK-based photographer Ben Toms is seemingly working on a new whimsical photography project. Toms is now getting ready to spotlight his “Untitled” series of images at Dover Street Market Ginza. The artist blends the weird with the beautiful in this batch of visuals, capturing a praying mantis striking a pose on a plastic bottle cap, a woman clad in a cow-printed ensemble standing in a grass field, a swan-shaped building, and more.

Published by Owl Cave Books, “Untitled” will arrive as a limited box of 20 postcards. Accompanying the art object are exclusive items and an installation to be erected on the boutique’s second level. View several examples below and expect the show to launch on June 6.

For more photography, check out Juergen Teller’s upcoming exhibition at the Garage Museum of Contemporary Art.

Dover Street Market Ginza
6-9-5, Ginza Chuo-Ku
Tokyo, Japan 104-0061

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