WE ARE THROWING A PARTY IN TOKYO. CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT PP X TOKYO


19.8.14

Coffee in Ginza.

Tim.


14.8.14

Took some photos of Maddy holding a cactus.

Tim.


13.8.14

Sunrise on the Fooj.

Tim.


11.8.14

It has been a hectic few days in Erbil. Probably harder for this guy though he seemed pretty chilled.

Joe.


8.8.14

This is Naguisa and Akira.

They get the pirate black eye treatment because they are the reason we can run Paper Pirates x Tokyo.

Tim.


5.8.14

Alright. Now, this looks like shit, but I can explain. The mitigating factors are:

i. It is an iPhone photo taken at night of a little Iraqi photo lab print.

ii. The original was shot on Velvia 100 cross processed in very shitty old chemicals. Even C-41 develops like a bulldog out of a washing machine.

iii. We weren't allowed to take photos because we were at the Peshmerga frontline near Mosul where they are keeping ISIS at bay. Their stronghold begins at the dirt mound on the left. I had my camera on my back, set the focus to infinty and coughed very realistically when I pressed the shutter, like a spy. I would be a terrible spy.

Still can't decide if that makes it ok, but I like the combination of factors either way.

Joe.


5.8.14

The Fooj.

Tim.


3.8.14

Sartup fed me grapes and showed me how to put a scarf on my head.

Joe.


3.8.14

Sleeping man.

Joe.


2.8.14

Prayers and AKs.

We spent today in a Peshmerga army base about 10km from the Da'esh / Islamic State frontline. One of the soldiers fed me grapes like I was Greek aristocracy and we laughed a lot.

Joe.


30.7.14

Be a tidy Iranian.

Joe.


30.7.14

Rilakkuma.

Tim.


30.7.14

An old train station in Berlin.

Joe.


29.7.14

This is not a "great" photo, but I think it is funny for some reason. Riding scooters with boys in Kabul.

Joe.


29.7.14

The adventures of cat on a tricycle.

Tim.


28.7.14

Jawid at Lake Qargha, just outside of Kabul. One of many young Afghanis who inspired and humbled us.

Joe.


28.7.14

Paper Pirates is back.

And its heading to Tokyo.

Click here to find out more.

Tim and Joe.


28.7.14

Turtle at the bike repair shop.

Tim.


27.7.14

I stayed at this hotel and every night I was up until 5am playing Barish the night manager at backgammon. He beat me but it was close.

Joe.


25.7.14

We met this man at a cemetary in Halabja, Kuridstan. The cemetary was a memorial to the some 5000 victims of a chemical weapon attack by Sadam Hussein in 1988. I suppose that's why he stared down the barrel like that.

Joe.


23.7.14

Tokyo is also quite large.

Tim.


22.7.14

Another late night.

Tim.


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