The project is born from the unbroken love story between cats and Japan. Cats are ubiquitous in the everyday environment of the Japanese, whether in the public or private sphere. The importance of blogs and social networks, which publish photographs of cats, reflects a cultural, sociological specificity of Japanese society that deserves to be discovered and questioned. Add to that, photography, another love story of the Japanese, and you get the good recipe of this project. However, the cat is a difficult subject to photograph, as much because of its character as by its tendency to be too cute. It...
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