'The Next Stop' Envisions a Future in Which We're All the Same

By: Marissa Brassfield - Published: Jul 11, 2009 • References: jphwoodland &
‘The Next Stop’ is a vision of the future by photographer Jean-Philippe Woodland and stylist Trish Irving that pits our future selves as lookalikes, drones that dress and act the same. The set was a submission for 125 Magazine’s ‘Future’ issue; I find the themes it posits fascinating.

Click through the gallery above to see more images from Jean-Philippe Woodland and Trish Irving’s ‘The Next Stop.’ Although it takes place in a subway station and not a boardroom, the themes of corporate identity and worker bee culture are all there. Stats for Lookalike Photo Shoots Trending: Older & Chilly
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