Tokyo’s busiest train station made into a stunning living art gallery
Slow motion is an special effect that directors normally use to make fighting scenes more dramatic and comedic scenes more ridiculous, but it can also be used to show the beauty of the human existence.
Adam Magyar is an urban artist who believes, “...the city is not less of a natural environment than the rainforest.” He created this video as part of his collection titled "Stainless" by shooting with a high-speed camera on the subway to create a panorama of what he calls “living sculptures.”
The pulsating light with the slow motion sound of the arriving train gives the video a hauntingly serene tone. Hit play, sit back, and relax.