Portraits of Japanese Parents and Their Children
15 days ago - By Peta Pixel
OYAKO is a project by photographer Bruce Osborn that consists of portraits of Japanese parents and their children. The images show differences in things like occupation and fashion between generations.
Note : There's slight nudity below.
“OYAKO is the Japanese word for parent and child and is the title of a series I have been taking since 1982,” Osborn tells PetaPixel. “It all started with a magazine assignment to photograph punk musicians when I hit on the idea of photographing them with their parents.
“I thought it would be an amusing way to bring out the differences in lifestyles and...
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