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« on: May 06, 2010, 08:28:55 PM »

Mentioned in documentaries. His DVD is pretty good one.
I have 4 books:

"Danse Macabre to the HARDCORE WORKS" on NGP (jap)
"Revelations" and "REQUIEM DE LA RUE MORGUE" on DWW (fra)
All nice hardcover, full color, total death.
Then one Japanese softcover with mostly text in japanese and few images scattered.

Missing is one of the earlier ones and the most latest "10 stories of Deadly speed". Anyone seen it? How it is?
I think perhaps the debute book is the best one. It has more artistic approach, even if it is just total goregallery. Some settings and colors/blurry shaken atmospheres etc. are just better than the more typical "crime scene photo" style pictures, and especially those which seem more of just like stills of actual movie making process.

During the decades, man has photographed and filmed thousands of dead bodies. Morgues, accidents, homicides, suicides,... most often in 3rd world countries, not in Japan.
If you like authentic dead bodies as form of art, not only on tape covers, then his books are very essential!

http://www.tsurisaki.net/
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« Reply #1 on: May 06, 2010, 09:49:22 PM »

I collect mostly real life experiences, bones and some pictures but ive kicked myself more than once over not buying that book, eh what was is called? crimescene photos from the 50s or 60s. a friend of mine had it in his distro a few years ago. I even held it in my hands and flipped through it but didnt have the dough to buy it.

since repetition is the mother of learning I want to mention "the best of uncut from tv" or something like that. the best quality footage that ive seen of fatal accidents,shootings, suicides etc in one feature film. I would consider them as artpieces.
ive found individual really proper quality stuff but the mentioned one had maybe 1,5 hours of greatness. no need for endless surfing to find snipets.

nothing wrong with well done photos but personally I tilt slightly towards the actual act and since it is possible to see the thing happen through video these days im all for it .but it is pretty great watching uberclear photos of cracked,dead heads etc in glorious colour.

those kiyotaka dvds looked like video versions of the photography(?) not anynody dying but already dead.

 I dont have anykind of soulseek or such so if anyone has anything neat to offer im open for trades.

edit:hups, I didnt realize that this thread might be just about the jap guy, if so im willing to take one for the team in order to keep this place nice and tidy and edit this shit out. however if conversing on the matter is ok id like to hear what you guys have: collectibles or even good memories on the subject.

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« Reply #2 on: May 07, 2010, 06:09:11 AM »

Grave Records in Osaka had two of his books and I passed them up when I was there. Regret regret regret.
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« Reply #3 on: May 23, 2010, 07:01:12 PM »

Mentioned in documentaries. His DVD is pretty good one.
I have 4 books:

"Danse Macabre to the HARDCORE WORKS" on NGP (jap)
"Revelations" and "REQUIEM DE LA RUE MORGUE" on DWW (fra)
All nice hardcover, full color, total death.
Then one Japanese softcover with mostly text in japanese and few images scattered.

Missing is one of the earlier ones and the most latest "10 stories of Deadly speed". Anyone seen it? How it is?
I think perhaps the debute book is the best one. It has more artistic approach, even if it is just total goregallery. Some settings and colors/blurry shaken atmospheres etc. are just better than the more typical "crime scene photo" style pictures, and especially those which seem more of just like stills of actual movie making process.

During the decades, man has photographed and filmed thousands of dead bodies. Morgues, accidents, homicides, suicides,... most often in 3rd world countries, not in Japan.
If you like authentic dead bodies as form of art, not only on tape covers, then his books are very essential!

http://www.tsurisaki.net/

Dull.
The subject is death caused by car crashes, the pictures are not more impressive rathen than a typical educational movie with blood and splattered corpses. There's a lack of that thirld world misery aura we can find in the other books, which was an added bonus as well.
Much better "Hardcore" and the two "french" books
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