Rolls-Royce’s Black Badge Dawn, and Ghost models are the stars of a new photography exhibition now open in Tokyo, which will be held at the Rolls-Royce dealer in Tokyo starting today up until Saturday. The cars used for the shoots will also be on display.
Black Badge: Tokyo After Hours’ presents all three Black Badge models – Dawn, Wraith and Ghost Black Badge – through the lens of three photographers. The series of 18 photographs, taken between 2017 and 2019, are gathered together here for the first time.
Japanese photographer Yoshifumi Ogawa captured a Wraith Black Badge in the tony Ginza District, as well as a Black Badge Ghost on the outskirts of town. British photographer Mark Riccioni shot his Dawn Black Badge expedition in Akihabara, and on the rich residential streets of Nakameguro. Lastly, Singapore-based photographer Darren Chan take Wraith Black Badge and Ghost Black Badge to Shinjuku, Tokyo’s large entertainment, business and shopping area, the legendary Daikoku Futo and the timeless outer markets of Tsukiji.
“Just as Black Badge aesthetics are at home in the city of Tokyo, these amazing Rolls-Royces have very much struck a chord with our Japanese clients – just over 40% of Ghost, Wraith and Dawn models we deliver in Japan are in the guise of their Black Badge alter egos. The visual diversity of the Tokyo cityscape speaks of the diverse enterprises that have brought success to Rolls-Royce’s Tokyo clientele – tech and trade on one hand, creative industries and traditional arts on the other. I thank and congratulate the photographers on capturing the essence of Black Badge in Tokyo so well,” said Paul Harris, Regional Director, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Asia Pacific. Discover Opulent Club on Apple News.
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