Photographer James Mollison created an eye-opening series of photos of children's portraits adjacent images of their bedrooms. Called Where Children Sleep, the inspiration stems from Mollison's thoughts on his own childhood bedroom and what the details interpreted about him. The diversity, while not surprising is eye-opening and humbling:
Alex, 9. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Bilal, 6. Wadi Abu Hindi, West Bank.
Anonymous, 9. Ivory Coast
Bikram, 9. Melamchi, Nepal.
Risa, 15. Kyoto, Japan.
Pretty stunning, no? View more of the series at Mollison's webpage.