Frieke Janssens was shocked, as they a Video had seen from a chain smoker two years in Indonesia. This in turn inspired her to the „Smoking Kids“-Photo Series, which the children, dressed like adults, as smoking, can pose in hand with cigarette or pipe. The project aims to raise awareness of the cultural importance of smoking and the effects on children. Janssens has made a variety of photo projects, some personal, partly for Advertising. Oh yes, Do not worry, Kids, who participated in the project are all aged four to nine years, too young, In order to Smoking and wherein Photoshoot no real tobacco was in the game. The cheese and children used chalk sticks instead of cigarettes and the smoke was incense, the much better smell than tobacco, brought into the picture…
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