The Luxton childhood photography series was made as a gift to their mother by two brothers. The two brothers decided to recreate childhood photographs in their adult years for a hilarious family calendar. Recreating funny childhood photographs is undoubtedly a popular craze on the Internet right now. The basis of the photographs is imitating poses and activities pictured as a kid as an adult, which makes it a million times funnier.
The Joe Luxton childhood photography calendar series shows just how close (and awesome) the brothers are as adults. The pair even convinced their father, uncle and family dog to participate in the recreations. The photograph where Joe is pictured sleeping on his father's lap as an adult is one of the most hilarious in the compilation.
The Childhood Recreating Photography is Playful
1. Childhood-recreating Photography - The trend of recreating childhood photos as adults presents opportunities for photography studios to offer this service and for social media platforms to expand and promote this trend.
2. Family-centered Humor - The trend towards family-centered humor presents opportunities for companies to create family-specific products that incorporate humor and nostalgia, including personalized photo-books and calendars.
3. Nostalgic Entertainment - The trend towards nostalgic entertainment presents opportunities for media companies to create content that appeals to millennials and Gen Xers, including TV shows, movies, and online content that taps into their memories and nostalgia.
1. Photography - Photography studios can offer childhood-recreating photography as a unique service and seek to expand on the trend by incorporating new ideas and technologies.
2. Social Media - Social media platforms can use their reach and resources to promote and expand the trend of childhood-recreating photography through sponsored content and targeted advertising.
3. Media and Entertainment - Companies in media and entertainment can create nostalgic content, such as movies, TV shows and online videos, that taps into the childhood memories and nostalgia of their audience.