Reversing the wheel and depicting humans as caged pets is not a new concept; however, the execution of this idea in these amazing photographs by Julian Wolkenstein is absolutely superb.
The images depict people as birds, hamsters in cages and a woman as a fish in a small fish tank.
Julian Wolkenstein is an Australian, London-based photographer.
I have also included images from another creative set by Wolkenstein showing people yawning. It's kind of captivating.
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