There are times when many of us would like to cover our heads with a cardboard box and shield ourselves from the outside world. Other times, we walk around feeling as if we’re enclosed in such packaging anyway — like faceless, boxed-up products on an assembly line. Yet whichever our experience, alienated or anonymous, one plain fact gives us hope: We’re all human. And we’re not alone.
These are the impressions one might have on observing the miniature mis-en-scenes created by Singapore-based photographer Anton Tang, an artist who reuses toys to express his uniquely playful and comic, yet simultaneously touching take on life, and its fragility. Cue cuteness overload.
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