These are so incredible. Photographs by Jonathan Hobin.

“In the Playroom is a metaphor for the impossibility of a protective space safe from the reach of modern media… Just as children make a game of pretending to be adults as a way to prepare and ultimately take on these roles in later life, so too do they explore things that they hear or see, whether or not they completely understand the magnitude of the event or the implications of their play.”

Click the photo to see more from this series. Also, try to guess what even the photo is about before reading the title. I think Spring Break is my favorite.

These are so incredible. Photographs by Jonathan Hobin.

In the Playroom is a metaphor for the impossibility of a protective space safe from the reach of modern media… Just as children make a game of pretending to be adults as a way to prepare and ultimately take on these roles in later life, so too do they explore things that they hear or see, whether or not they completely understand the magnitude of the event or the implications of their play.

Click the photo to see more from this series. Also, try to guess what even the photo is about before reading the title. I think Spring Break is my favorite.