Photo Series by Jonathan Hobin

Jonathan Hobin
“In the playroom”, a Photo Series by Jonathan Hobin, a Photographer from Canada.

4/19/2011
09:09

Let’s start a discussion:

What do you think about these pictures?

Jonas Kamber
4/19/2011
10:30

holy shit these are disconcerting…

michalczyk
4/19/2011
10:34

pretty messed up..

Richard Welch
4/19/2011
10:36

So sad, but so great :)
Realy good!

helmut_pl
4/19/2011
14:31

wow thats fucking nuts

alex
4/19/2011
15:25

i would like to know how the kids were asked to participate. the photos are great but the emotions that are evoked from the scenes are spectacular and mind blowing. great, thanks for sharing

m
4/20/2011
01:20

damn these are amazing

J
4/20/2011
05:23

disturbing .. but really fascinating xD

wilson
4/20/2011
13:33

creative photography, I like!!!

ART-a-DESIGNER
4/20/2011
18:46

I love it! Certainly shocked at first but the detail is amazing and they speak so much. Jon is an exceptional artist! When I first saw them I saw disturbed/shocked and maybe a little repulsed. Then I looked at the details and started to see the messages here. Such as the FEMA one where the children are forgotten victims. The Sept 11 photo makes me sad. It is easy to forget in the tragedy that even the men who committed the acts were still some one’s child. It makes me sad and feel heart break for their families. For whatever their sins at one time they were just a little boy. Some one’s beloved son. I’ll be keeping an eye out for more from this talented artist.

CassieLevett
4/22/2011
21:09

These are great. Good Job

Johnny
4/23/2011
00:21

Oh wow! :o

Ed
4/26/2011
23:26

The human race are truly “children in the playroom”.

Good job.

Disturbed
6/20/2011
21:48

Best pictures ever.
So much depth. :D

Lainy
3/4/2012
08:47

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carl ken
1/5/2013
19:12

Great Job.. congratulations

Milton Ksiazeki
1/5/2013
20:55

They definitely get your attention. Though some of them looked like he tried too hard to get his point across.

Don Crossland
1/6/2013
00:02

very impressive work!

Emma
1/6/2013
04:24

Definitely achieved a shock factor. Kudos for pushing boundaries

Jon
1/7/2013
22:47

love these.

Todd
1/12/2013
11:20

Made me sad. Innocent children made to take on the bored hipsterness of ‘artists’
Don’t fuck with innocence!! Let it be!!!

Ethel
1/13/2013
04:53

He just won the GuatePhoto International photo contest.
Brilliant to see these on print.

Mauricio
1/24/2013
18:38

wow world trade centers.. and the fire man with the “hooded guy” very much makes me go OMG but thats what are is about..

chantelle
4/26/2013
19:51

These pictures are amazing.

Kevin
7/27/2013
14:08

I think its more of a shock factor because of kids being involved. However, I think they were used genuinely. I am not a huge art fan, however, these are pictures that you want to really look at — the details. It’s almost like looking for the hidden objects in a Highlights magazine. For creativity, you got to give them an A+

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