Where Children Sleep

(via selectism):

James Mollison’s new book, Where Children Sleep, focuses on children and their different backgrounds in the form of a single portrait and a picture of their living spaces. He told the Telegraph that he wanted the work to make people think about inequality and he’s done this juxtaposing the likes of Katy (first in the slideshow after the leap), a four year old with 30 dresses and 30 pairs of shoes with this boy featured above whose family share a mattress.