“Coincidence or maybe just Strong Reaction of my searching to see more to exchange. A few months ago I was planing to do japan tour but nothing, then tokyo happened. But something inside was telling me leave things to happen… so how I chose was to fly and stepping on the far east road… spirit of untitled family friends of friends our friends were there… and I am back to discover something from me to learn many new things. Amazing hospitality!!! There is not enough words to be thankful to all those people. I can only recommend.”
Sergej Vutuc setting up his show at Bridge skateshop. Photo: Yutaka Takanashi.
“Far east is kind of going far into simple human things but also far into something what could be our future our brand new order.
If you try to go far east I would recommend to buy rail pass which you can only buy outside of japan for easy cheap Shinkansen travelling…”
Words and photos: Sergej Vutuc
Sergej’s photo show at Maru’s skateshop and gallery, BRIDGE.
Sergej Vutuc art show at PFK.
PFK Overview. Photo: Sergej Vutuc
Yojiro. FS grind in their recently finished backyard pool they built. Sergej in the pool shooting analog. Photo: PFK Local
PFK with ocean view. Photo: Sergej Vutuc
PFK Pool and matching grip job.
Honda. FS rock. Photo: Sergej Vutuc
Sergej and PFK Skate Support Center crew.
Uzi. Build, Fuck, Skate, Die.
Uzi Matsui. Frontside carve in the concrete wave called Brasil in Osaka. Photo: Sergej Vutuc
Sick new spots.
Takeshi Yamada. Front rock. Photo: Sergej Vutuc
Coincidence or…. Maru, ex-Consolidated skater, now pro for Evisen was wearing this tshirt that Sergej’s good friend and Confusion staff photographer Lars Greiwe’s took the photo for, of Consolidated skater Steve Bailey shot on a road trip to Baja that was featured in issue #2 of Confusion Magazine.
Future exhibition – March 28-30th, No. 12 gallery, Tokyo.
Gallery No. 12. Tokyo.
Sons of the Cheese. Tokyo.
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