A lot of people do different things to remember specific times in their kid’s lives. I, like a lot of bloggers, write my son monthly letters and take photos of him on the 27th of every month. Panamá-based photographer Moises Kierszenblat has taken the idea of photos to the next level with one of his more adorable projects, Emma Artifacts/Artefactos de Emma.
He collected a few things that really represented his daughter — including her clothing, toys, and drawings — and created this series of whimsical snaps:
To me, the project is really amazing in two big ways. The first is what I’ve mentioned — this is a particularly lovely way to capture what your child is interested in at a specific point in time. The second is artistic — he’s managed to take things like t-shirts and pull toys and make them seem alive, with little personalities of their own.
You can see more from the project at his blog — here’s hoping there’ll be a whole series soon!