Photographer Allan Molho takes portraits, applies the images to random objects and scatters them around the streets of New York city in a creative way. The portraits mostly feature young children, presumably Molho’s friends and family. Molho combines art installation and photography to create symbolic masterpieces of moments captured in time. He applies his images to padlocks, old cell phones attaching them to wire fences and street signs.
The little gems are symbolic in that they literally lock a picture and moment in time on a fence or street sign with a padlock or mobile phone. The images are taken by Molho and the art pieces are installed by him as well.
Allan Molho brilliantly installs subliminally sentimental art bits for city-goers to ponder over.