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Lauren Poor Created a Series Inspired by Childhood Fantasies

By: Lacey-Jane Walsh - Published: • References: laurenpoor.biz & featureshoot
Imaginative photographer Lauren Poor proves that she's still in touch with her inner child by creating portraits (and shrines) based on her own childhood fantasies. These wildly colorful shrines and portraits seem fairyland themed. Each one incorporates flowers, candles, colorful wigs and butterfly jewelry.

These shots feature men and women of all different shapes and sizes, decked out in feminine floral print apparel, makeup and wigs. This series does a little bit of gender-bending by placing men in skirts and ruffled pink blouses. Some of the figures seen in these shrines have been painted green or blue, which makes them seem like magical creatures.

These fantastic fairyland shrines make childhood fantasies a reality. Lauren Poor's creative side comes out in this eccentric shrine series. Stats for Magical Childhood Shrines Trending: This Year & Mild
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Concept: Childhood Fantasies
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Segment: Females, 12-55
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