Dressed for his age
• not dressed for age
Most of us grow up with the idea that the clothes we wear must change along with us. Feeling that people, dress up "for his age," look pathetic and ridiculous, is quite firmly established in our social code, but often we can not even articulate where it came from, and what exactly it means to dress "age". Photographer Kew Kvozop (Cue Qozop) in the series "Spring - Fall" ( "Spring - Autumn") casts doubt on this axiom to impose on society.
"Apart from wrinkles, fashion - it is one of the finest human generation and age indicators, to which he belongs, - says the photographer. - Older people are a priori not wear skinny jeans. But! Just imagine a world where people of a certain age do not have to dress in a certain way. "
Grandfather and grandson, China
Despite the fact that modern Asia rapidly Europeanized, the older generation still prefers to dress in traditional costumes. But young people in the pursuit of fashion is often on the head is ahead of Western peers.
Grandmother and granddaughter from China
Grandfather and grandson, India
A series of "spring-fall" consists of seven pairs of photographs in which two family members belonging to different generations, exchange clothes. Traditional costumes and fancy outfits parents of their children's change places, and to be honest, sometimes difficult to determine what belonged to whom things initially. But one thing is certain: when the grandmother and granddaughter changed the sari on the bandanna, which is great!
Photos Kvozopa bribe its immediacy and the same funny and slightly mocking attitude to life, with what is written biographical information on his website: "Nothing in particular, I myself can not say. I'm just an artist who contracted the disease, whose symptoms are manifested in the production of images. "