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Kids & Toys

Children and their toys are no different than these adult fashionistas we like to write about — all recoiled around their most prized possessions. Some have more, some have less, but nonetheless, the toys represent who they are. For this fascinating new project called Toy Stories, Italian photographer Gabriele Galimberti traveled the globe for 18 months to capture children and their toys. Read this article to discover interesting findings on kids and the quantities of their toys.

(Photo: 1. Zanzibar 2.India 3. Botswana 4.Albania 5. Ukraine. Courtesy of Gabriele Galimberti. Text by Jauretsi)

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    I’m kinda creeped out by the fact that last boy has so many gun toys. Like…. I can understand having one toy gun (maybe)...
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    this seemed a little relevant. today in class we discussed the ways in which we are socialised to behave a certain way,...
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    this is one of the cutest things i’ve ever seen.
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    My picture as a child would be Barbies and babies. Now? Electronics and clothes, probably.
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