Wednesday, April 13, 2011

"Onde as criancas do mundo dormem", by James Mollison

I saw this really interesting project the other day on my friend's facebook. And had to share it here. 
James Mollison was born in Quenia in 1973, but grew up in England. He decided to build this project, translated: Where Children Sleep, so that children can start thinking of the inequality in this world.

The captions in the website are in Portuguese. But I think you will understand it all through the photograph itself.

It's interesting to see the difference in the rich and the poor children - and the expression in their faces.

1 comment:

  1. wow, incredible. thanks for sharing with us. adorei mesmo, to impressionada.

    saudades de vc puuuu.