The e-Book version of Daido Moriyama’s legendary series ‘RECORD: No.30’

The e-Book version of Daido Moriyama’s legendary series ‘RECORD: No.30’
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Daido Moriyama ‘RECORD: No.30’ e-Book Version. Global Release Starting.

Daido Moriyama 'RECORD: No.30' e-Book Version

Daido Moriyama ‘RECORD: No.30’ e-Book Version

Daido Moriyama’s “RECORD” All Series 20% OFF!! iBook Store/Kindle Store Limited Time Discount Sale! March 25th 2016 – April 17th 2016.

Plexus Co.,Ltd and euphonic,inc. is proudly announcing the release of the e-Book version of Daido Moriyama’s legendary series “RECORD : No.30” on March 25th, 2016. “RECORD : No.30” contains all new works from the trip to Marrakesh, Morocco while Daido Moriyama had his exhibition. It was the first time in the 26 years since he visited Marrakesh last time. Plexus will commemorate the release of Daido Moryama’s 30th issue of “RECORD” holding a discount sale campaign of the whole series. 20% OFF PRICE Sale will only be on iBookstore, Amazon Kindle Store, starting March 25th 2016 – April 17th 2016!

Daido Moriyama RECORD No.30 e-Book vers.

“The scenery that I felt and perceived with my eyes was indeed that same old Marrakesh, that I hadn’t seen for half a century.”

DAIDO MORIYAMA (Experts from the original text of Record No.30)

A world revealing in the shades of grey appearing between the light and the shadow created by the beam pouring in from the window.

The images of the people, the streets connects to the hidden territory of the memory deep inside. Daido Moriyama traveled among the old city of Marrakesh, through the crowded market street into the foot of the Atlas Mountains.

This issue contains the images captured at Marrakesh, Morrocco, where he visited the place for the first time in the past 26 years where he had his solo exhibition in November 2015.

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