Photographer Jan von Holleben's latest photo series captures dragons and giraffes but the images aren’t what they seem. Each image is made up of items around the home as well as with the help of some kids. The series, is von Holleben’s biggest yet and involved 230 kids playing up to 25 different characters. The images were produced for his book, titled KONRAD WIMMEL IS IN TOWN, which will be released in February. To view more of von Holleben’s work visit his website.
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