(English only, this time :))
Naoki Honjo, a Japanese photographer born in 1978, started his career in 2004 and since then had his works exhibited not only in Japan but also at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. His photographs are complex works showing reality in a different way. Even though the motives for his famous works are quite simple photo motives like land- and cityscapes (buildings, a swimming pool or cars on a street), what makes them special is that they look like artificial little worlds, small dioramas.
In an interesting interview with CNN he describes how he researches regions with a flat landscape, and that he uses a helicopter to shoot his photos from above.
I like how his everyday-scenes don’t look average at all, and his unique approach of showing, how small we are in this world.
(All photos and their copyrights belong to Naoki Honjo)