A world that is irrevocably changed
• A world that is irrevocably changed
A talented London-based photographer Bebikeks Romero (Babycakes Romero) specializes in unusual and bizarre photo project in which he seeks to address current topics in our society. This time, he decided to show by the extent to which modern humans are addicted to their phones. We begin to forget what the live chat, and more time to spend on your smartphone.
Increasingly, people's views are focused on the screen, rather than the people around them. Even when we meet friends, people no longer talk to each other, and sit buried in their phones. Photos Romero very clearly demonstrate the gradual extinction of live communication. Really soon it will be entered into the Red Book?
The two friends go to the university by bus.
In recent papers Romero can see the main problem of today's youth - smartfonozavisimost. This topic photographer devoted an entire project. He was not so hard to find models for the photo project. At any corner you can meet people who are buried in their phones.
In the train.
Courting couples today look quite different. They did not hold hands. In their hands they hold fast their smartphones.
The dinner business. So it was possible to have dinner at home;)
Romero sadly notes that even during a friendly get-togethers people pinned down in a phone, rather than to communicate with each other. Live communication is gradually disappearing from our society.
Cool date, right?
Let's check the mail, if somebody wrote.
Loaders rest after unloading trucks.
A romantic date is even more exciting.
Through the telephone, you can sit in a cafe, not noticing who is sitting nearby.
If we do not know, it is not necessary to speak. It is better to sit on the internet ...
The long-awaited meeting of old friends.
Two friends standing at the traffic lights and stare at their phones.
If you are interested in working Babycakes Romero, you can visit his website. But first finish the conversation with his friends.