YouTube member MJRecession came up with the idea of placing a digital camera onto the conveyor belt a sushi restaurant in Japan to record candid portraits of the other patrons in the restaurant. It’d be interesting to see this same thing done at sushi bars around the world to see how different cultures would react.
Portraits of Strangers Captured by Placing a Camera on a Sushi Conveyor Belt
- Published on January 17, 2012 by Michael Zhang
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