Well, it’s been almost 70 years, but some things will never change– the goofy hats, the dance trains, the boredom, and of course, the lack of sobriety. These found photos come courtesy of our top-shelf friends at Flashbak & The Kitsch Bitsch.Read More →
Two Canadian couples have made a tradition of sending over-the-top awkward Christmas photos to their families and friends. Camilla Singh & Walter Willems, and Robyn & Mark Sprott–had never met before curator Christina Zeidler discovered them and arranged their favorites into an exhibit opening December 30th at the Gladstone Hotel. The exhibit, titled This Is Us, features over two dozen of the families’ send-ups of the classic holiday greeting card.
To get into the holiday spirit, Tiny Prints asked families all around the world to recreate their favorite photos. Their collection, which showcases families from Macedonia to Malaysia to Argentina, and more, shows how much families change over the years, but the love remains the same.
Holiday cards are supposed to be a cheerful greeting for friends and family. But everyone who’s been in one knows that getting the perfect photo isn’t easy–especially when you add kids to the equation. These ten families shared their favorite holiday card mishaps.
“I have four sisters. Three of my sisters and I are married. Bridget is not. My parents decided it would be awkward to have a Christmas card with just one daughter in it, so they cut Bridget out of their Christmas card. (The married siblings all do their own. I’m lazy) So Bridget decided to send her own Christmas cards. It started in 2010.”