The photo series Swedish Dads by Johan Bävman shows young Swedish dads and their different ways to cope with parenting on paternity-leave: They not only take care of their children, but they also develop their very own daily routines. I love the craziness in most of the pictures – they simply document the every-day chaos […]
Sometimes I sit in a coffee shop and observe other people, imagining their lifes. Are they happy, are they sad, what makes them lucky, what problems do they have? This is fun … and also gives you a new perspective on your own life: It’s not ALWAYS happy-go-lucky (but quite often :)). The School of
I really enjoy those moments when I sit in a coffee shop, observing the people arround me and to think about the stories they might have to tell. …That’s exactly what London-based Alex Mendes and Hugo Catraio do. They make a photo of totally strangers and imagine short stories about them without ever actually speaking
A typical situation in our everyday life: We are walking down the street, have to wait at a traffic light and are unconsciously studying the flyers pinned to its column… And then, wouldn’t it be hilarious to see some of the funny notes depicted here instead of the common „Missing Dog“ or „Offer music lessons“?