to sleep, to dream

I recently stumbled upon this incredible project, and now I can’t stop smiling.

Queenie Liao, a Californian freelance artist and photographer, began taking photos of her sleeping son when he was only 3 months old. Using household objects and stuffed animals, she created magical adventures and fantastical worlds for him to explore, imagining that she was giving voice to his dreams. She says,

“My vision was to create a series of photos portraying him exploring his imaginary, enchanting fairytale-like world.“

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I would say she did a pretty incredible job. What do you think?

i need a little magic

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Do you ever have those days where you just need a little magic? When it seems like things are moving in slow motion, or the light isn’t quite reaching your eyes, or that you’re a half a beat off from the rest of the world? Well, that was last week. Here’s to hoping that I find a little wonder and joy and magic in the next couple of days.

these almost always makes me laugh

nature’s idea of color

a sweet, & a little sad, answer to a child’s question

the city that never sleeps

i want an excuse to try these out

we all underestimate kids

a historical take on disney princesses

and…this is awesome