Michael Wolff's photographic project "Crowding in Tokyo" is about people in Tokyo. He features the crowd in subway of Tokyo. Applying a diverse set of perspectives and visual approaches, Wolf uses his camera to show the human energy that flows through the modern city. His photos of their charms and unusual candor.
Every day many people come into this underground hell, and spend hours in the narrow space between the glass, steel and other people who also suffer like this to go workplace or back home. In the photography of Michael Wolff captured countless people's faces, each of which tries to handle this apparent madness of its own way. And, most interestingly, in the photos you can not find the evil people. People tolerate unattractive situation without aggression and in complete silence. [14 Shots]