Budding Photographer Jay Komuda Plans New Book “No Purpose” and Related Exhibition

As a noted photographer and artist Jay Komuda has had a significant impact on the art world.  He has exhibited his pieces in Poland, Spain, Japan, Singapore and the Netherlands, and his images have graced the pages Culturepush, We Heart, Inquiring Mind Magazine and Invisible Photographer Asia.  Jay’s impressive portfolio has helped earn him a spot at the prestigious Youkobo Art Space in Tokyo.  His next project is the production and publication of a new art book entitled “No Purpose.”

After publishing his first book “Boring” in 2012 and its subsequent success, Jay decided to follow it up with another major art project.  His new book, “No Purpose” will include almost 100 pages of full color photos.  The theme of his new book will relate to the nihilism of urban existence. The images Jay has already produced are stunning images that truly capture the bleakness of city life and has helped mark him as a rising star in the art world.

In addition to creating “No Purpose”, Jay is also working towards extending his residency at the Youkobo Art Space.  To complete his project and extend his time in Tokyo, as well as fund a solo show in Japan, Jay estimates he will need $25,000.  To raise these funds, Jay has sponsored a crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo.  In return for supporting this worthy project, backers may receive postcards, pins, tote bags, signed prints, photo books, limited edition prints, or artist guided photo walks through Tokyo.

To learn more about “No Purpose” or to make a donation, please visit http://igg.me/at/no-purpose

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Media Contact
Company Name: No Purpose – Book, Exhibition, Residency
Contact Person: Jay Komuda
Email: jkomuda@gmail.com
Country: United States
Website: http://igg.me/at/no-purpose