About the Book
A sampling of nearly two decades of playful image making that Photo District News once described as resembling "a head on collision between René Magritte, a View Master, and the Brady Bunch.
Beginning as mere composition studies created in his tiny bedroom, these ridiculous images helped launch the career of photo illustrator, Stephen Webster. Using toys as metaphors, this imagery has been called upon to teach you how to invest your money, make you immortal, editorialize sex positions, and even launch a television network, but always with sly wink of Stephen and a smile on the viewers face.
Stephen Webster is a photographer based in Columbus, Ohio, who, for his own amusement, and that of others, photographs cheap plastic toys and very busy people, sometimes in fake exotic settings. His work has been seen in hundreds of different magazines. His mom is quite proud of him.