Chances are you have already seen some of James Mollison’s photography floating around the web or in a magazine of some sort. After all, he has been featured in notable publications such as The New York Times, The Guardian, and The New Yorker. If not, then I urge you to check out his latest book WHERE CHILDREN SLEEP, you won't regret it.
The project started when Mollison was commissioned to come up with a series of photographs on the theme of children’s rights. Instead of showcasing images of underprivileged children in miserable settings, Mollison decided to focus on the actual bedrooms where children sleep. The result is simply astounding. Have a look for yourself:
Dong, 9 years old, Southwest China
Jasmine (aka Jazzy), 4 years old, Kentucky USA
Alex, 9 years old, Rio de Janeiro Brazil