on Apr 10, 2013 @ 03:09 pm|
The post may be a bit biased and doesn't correctly portray the majority of the population in their city. (i.e not all kids in the US live in a bedroom like that) But it's interesting to see nonetheless.
|Neat! on May 10, 2013 @ 01:24 pm|
I really like this.
I don't think it's trying to portray the average kids bedroom around the world, I think it's more showing the individuality of each child through their room. Like the different kids in the USA are very obviously unique (and very different from the 'average' american child), but if you look at say the girl from Japan she's incredibly neat and simplistic, while the girl from Nepal has a lot of pictures on her walls. I mean given their cultural and economic upbringing of course everyone's going to be vastly different, but it's intriguing to see the what they do with what they have. The photos are also very striking and have a sort of surreal quality to them due to the stark contrast, which I love.
|Jealous. on May 11, 2013 @ 08:03 am|
This is pretty neat. Thanks for posting this!
It almost looks like it could be two things. The bottom half of the picture looks like a child's bedroom that I wouldn't want to have.. But then when you add in the top half of the picture, it suddenly becomes more beautiful - and something I would of loved to have growing up.
I wonder if there are actually children out there with awesome rooms like this? Jealous!
|Wow on Jul 24, 2013 @ 08:56 am|
This was very interesting! Thank you so much for posting this! It is really thought provoking.
|Beautiful environments on Jul 24, 2013 @ 04:13 pm|
Great post, but I think the settings are a tad stereotypical and exaggerated. The visuals are beautiful nonetheless.
|Strange on Jun 01, 2014 @ 04:56 am|
Couldn't figure out exactly what was what in that room. Saw the bed, most of the room was just clutter.