See the whimsical images in Paul Armstrong's "Big Me, Little Me" work
It seems like the stuff of imaginative children’s books: What would happen if you woke up one day to find yourself shrunken teeny-tiny, or grown totally huge? That’s the question photographer Paul Armstrong explores in his whimsical and wild self-portrait series, “Big Me, Little Me." And we're so enjoying the ridic results.
Honestly? Many mornings we only wish our cup of coffee was this big relative to our body.
A very, very bad time to be tiny indeed.
That Sinking Feeling
At least being this small in the bathroom would be convenient for cleaning around the fixtures. So there's that.
Little help here?
In the Mood for Something Light
Hope he doesn't need anything from the freezer.
Not super comfortable, but a good aerial vantage point for keeping an eye on the kids.
Not really feeling the love in this love seat.
There's just never enough hot water in here, I swear.
Somehow, he never seems to wake up feeling truly rested.
Alesandra Dubin is a Los Angeles-based writer and the founder of home and travel blog Homebody in Motion. Follow her on Facebook, Google+ and Twitter.