Grown Brothers Hilariously Recreate Photos from Their Past


Then/Now is a series in which the Luxton brothers recreate moments from when they were very young. The personal photographs, reinterpreted in adult form, are hilarious depictions of grown men placed in unusual circumstances.

As children become adults, a certain uninhibited spirit can be lost amid the chaos of “grown-up” responsibilities. These brothers have a great sense of humor as they remember their youth by throwing on silver capes and priceless expressions that are more fitting of a baby than a bearded man.

They pay close attention to details and match old clothing, curtains, and poses to the original shots and the adorable innocence of those two young boys lives on in the highly entertaining scenes that will make you laugh out loud. Imagining the creative process and then seeing the final results is quite amusing and hopefully the clever pair will continue to make us laugh with more comical recreations!









Luxton Brothers website
via [It’s Nice That]





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