“Back to the Future”, an amazing series of photos by Irina Werning. People were invited to re-create their old photos.
Wonderful series. Excellent photos. Reminds me of: http://www.flickr.com/photos/stevensfamilyblog/5100098449/in/set-72157625121260195/
so awesome! must’ve taken some serious digging to get similar clothing and accessories.
This is so cool love it!.
this is amazing. especially because my siblings and i JUST did this for my parents for christmas! so weird.
Very similar to Ze Frank’s “old me, new me” project. Wonder which came first…
I love it. just wonderful.
These are awesome. A lot like Ze Frank’s Young Me Now Me thing on his site, but these ones are really well done!
A Similar Serie, but more political.
These are fabulous!
LOL!..the way its not really photoshopped from the old picture is damn awesome!!..good stuff
How the time flies.
This reminds me of that before and after pic of the kitten clutching the stuffed bear:
these are amazing. i want to do this to everyone in my family!
amazing! Love these!
damn, I was gonna post on awesomeness tomorrow…
Ze Frank did a similar project: http://www.zefrank.com/youngmenowme/blog
what a beautiful idea!
this made my day hahah
WOW! WOW! WOW!
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Great serie! nice work.
hahahaha way cooool
this is brilliant!
The last picture seems like he didn’t age one bit! Amazing work.
Love this concept.
I love how much attention to detail everybody put in. The lights bouncing off the shades! Icing on the cake!
Such an amazing idea and delivered perfectly!
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This is so wonderful! One of best series I have seen on BOOOOOOOM.
Reminds me of the Japanese Art magazine “Tokyo Graffiti”
These are awesome!! I seriously love them!!! Simple but great concept
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That is absolutly genial! This is new inspiration for me! It is not my idea but I will defenitly try this out! Tnx!
that’s really funny ! it reminds me of my childhood
I think this idea was originally implemented by a Japanese Magazine, namely the Tokyo Graffiti… :/
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haha! i love it! can you do one of mine! ; ) i really like the last one he looks almost the same
has been created years before by the artist conny habbel…
lots of good ones there!
Irina Wermin stole her concept from the Norwegian photographer Dag Nordbrenden. He made her career!
Copy cat of Dag Nordbrenden’s series ‘Be Yourself Tonight’ from 2000!