Baby spent most of their time on sleeping. Do they have dreams or they just rest peacefully? Queenie Liao, a free-lance artist and mother of three boys living in California, give us her own take on this question by illustrating her child Wengenn dreams of during his sleep. Combining artistry and imagination, Liao created storybook-like scenes by surrounding her sleeping son with stuffed animals, toys, blankets and other common household materials. There are more creative photos that depict little Wengenn’s dream adventure which you can find on wengenninwonderland.com.
This creative high school yearbook portraits by Russian photo studio Slon. Begin with the normal scientific background (Yeah, be a scientist is what kids usually say!). However, what is their real dream? Studio Slon let the kids draw whatever they wanted on the blackboard (movie star, DJ, sportsman, painter, musician, doctor…) and then be photographed in front of it in different poses. Such a cool and funny idea to show the thinking and planning of students. I hope I had one when I graduated from high school. [source]
Known for his Dreams of Flying series, Jan von Holleben‘s world is playful, fun, and impossibly inventive. He transforms the ordinary into something out of a picture book. In time, he worked on an editorial on dreams of a grown-up, actually, a girl’s dream. The bed became Jan’s canvas and he successfully incorporated everyday objects into these lovely girl’s dream scenes. Blankets suddenly become a car, comforters transform into clouds, stocks becomes fishes while bed sheet becomes ocean, which is something elegant and fun! They’re all bound to bring a smile to the viewer’s face. [source]