As part of the "Inspiration Books" series, this work examines contemporary photography.
The result, a 700-page thick photographic volume subtitled "The World is the Human's Project", was produced in cooperation with the visual solution provider Corbis. It is a compact collection of artistic imagery that pays special attention to the diversity, beauty, vitality and madness of everyday human situations and actions while portraying a pulsating society whose characteristics are determined by the personal attitude, bearing and responsibility of each and every individual.
"We are what we see and think in the face of a fleeting moment - Thus, the way we act, in the consequence of our own bearing, eternally."
Following the maxim "Give me a few frames and I'll make a film out of it", this book project combines various forms of expressions such as image (photographic material) and text (statements) through certain cinematic means (story/plot) to produce an exciting and emotional photographic book.