Meet The Japanese Underground Culture With Flashing Lamborghinis
What is that enormously shining and animated 4-wheel machine flashing on the road? A moment of rejoice for the Lamborghini’s lifetime devotees who really want to make out the most of their bad ass. Meet Morohoshi, a regular yet creative guy from Kabukicho, a no-go area in Tokyo. He does with his modified Lamborghini Diablo anything he wants. We have another guy, Huxham, who is a passionate videographer and been making documentary style films in Tokyo since last six years. Huxham has got many reasons why did he join the punishing company of tattooed Moroboshi-san and friends and decide to highlight the underground automotive culture to the world. However, it wasn’t that easy for him to enter the Yakuza’s area and shoot his flashing Neon Lamborghini. An intermediary person takes the responsibility and you are allowed to stay as shortly as you are done.
Huxham is an institution in himself when he says he performs all things alone, whether it is storyboard, directing, editing, color grading or sound. The ganster with dark background and dangerous lifestyle was open to be filmed. Huxham wasted not a jiffy and youtubed dolly shoots of Lambos wrapped in flashing holographic vinyl film. [VIA]