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Tag Archives: Boy
The video is a collaboration between PETA, creative services agency Cutter, and visual production company Big Machine, with original music composed by Andrea Saparoff - and made for Thanksgiving.
Dancing Anymore is the first single from Is Tropical‘s new album “I’m Leaving”
Big thanks to Ask for sending me this.
Such a strong photo series. It frightens me. And makes me speechless. Yet I’m so glad these strong men speak up!
The photos are from Grace Brown’s Project Unbreakable, an online platform that strives to “increase awareness of the issues surrounding sexual assault.”
Grace Brown is only 21 years old. Well done!
If you want to see, what 27 surviving women were told when being sexually attacked, click here.
St John Ambulance launched a campaign, titled “Save The Boy”, that aims to encourage people to learn basic first aid, as while there may be thousands of SJA volunteers in the UK, they can’t always be there when an emergency occurs.
The campaign begins with an ad, shown above, directed by Dougal Wilson, which shows a child badly injuring himself by falling from a tree, with his father powerless to do anything to help him due to his lack of basic first aid skills. The spot is then supported by an interactive web experience, found online at sja.org.uk/savetheboy, where users can aid the father in helping his son, and learn some useful first aid information themselves along the way.
BOY by Parisa Taghizadeh: Photographer Documents Young Son as He Unknowingly Crosses Preconceived Gender Boundaries
“BOY is the story of a young boy and the world he has created for himself. He finds beauty in things mainly associated with girls but that’s not why he likes them. He likes them because ‘they are beautiful.’ These are portraits of my son taken over a six month period. They are about his interior world and the things that manifest from it; what he believes in when society tells him otherwise.
What started as a documentation of his daily life and observations of his theatrical little world has turned into an inquiry into what little boys are allowed to be before the world changes them and molds them into some notion of what it means to be a man in our society,” Parisa Taghizadeh says.
Parisa Taghizadeh is a British-Iranian photographer currently based in Auckland, New Zealand. In her latest series “BOY”, Taghizadeh gives us an intimate portrayal of her young son’s life at a tender and malleable age. Unknowingly, he crosses preconceived boundaries and bounces between gender perceptions, displaying his freedom before conforming to societal stereotypes.
Taghizadeh is co-founder of the photography collective Tangent in Auckland, New Zealand.
This commercial is a bit long. But it’s well made.
IKEA is launching a new campaign, titled ‘Make Small Spaces Big’, which examines how space efficiency can improve your life at home. Their new TV advert, “One Room Paradise”, is a film showing how one doll and her son make the most of their small space thanks to solutions from IKEA.
Amulet is a film by Tavvon Reynolds. It’s about a young boy on an quest to fulfill his destiny. On his adventure he runs into trouble and he must learn to face his fears to complete his journey.
In the heartwarming photo series “Le Petit Prince,” 12-year-old Lukas is depicted leading the active life of an ordinary boy: playing basketball, skateboarding, and so on—all activities he cannot perform in real life due to muscular dystrophy. The series was created by Matej Peljhan, a Slovenian photographer and psychologist who specializes in photographic therapy. Peljhan focuses on people with special needs in his professional work due to his own life experience—he lost an eye and an arm in a childhood accident and endured years of rehabilitation as a youth.
Their bodies tell of their physical and emotional struggle to change, to become what they have always dreamt of: though born as boys, most of them desire to look like glamorous international supermodels or famous movie stars. These portraits try to capture their intense personal struggle in making their transformation. Behind the ladyboys’ dreams are fundamental human issues that touch upon identity, body, beauty, sexuality, race and the longing to be accepted.
This commercial for Kuoni made me smile because of its feel-good vibes.