After the reception of his self-published artist book Back Yard in 2011, Japanese photographer Daisuke Yokota began to push the boundaries in his work and reach. Using various techniques in his photographic work like high temperature development, duplication and retouching, Yokota often plays with accidental image effects. His most recent book release, Vertigo, expresses suspense and perspective in a sense that could be compared to Alfred Hitchcock’s films. Pulling his own inspiration from film and visual art, Yokota’s work in Vertigo plays on sequence and narrative with considered editing. The book is available from LN-CC.