This poster was created for an exhibition of the photographer Norihisa Hosaka. The oddly shaped landscapes created by HDR compositing of landscape photographs offer a new perspective on Tokyo.
The scene evokes the memory of " Showa 84", which should not have been possible (the "Showa" era ended in just 63 years), and as an icon, the portrait of Emperor Hirohito, the symbol of "Showa", was created.
This poster, as well as the content of the exhibition, provoked a lot of discussion. I think it was a success in raising the issue of looking back at the Showa era once again.