The awkward age

Graphic designer, illustrator and photo editorfrom Salt Lake City, Utah, Marily Allred (Merilee Allred) recently published her amusing and simultaneously philosophical project, which she called "Awkward Years". This is a series of photographs of smiling, confident people who hold their photographs taken in their own "awkward years": a smile in braces, bizarre hairstyles and not quite good outfits. Each of us passed or passes through a similar, so this project will be of interest to anyone.

The designer's project demonstrates how much peoplecan change with time and age. His work Meryli wants to say that life does not end with school failures and unpopularity, but on the contrary, after school everything is just beginning."I want to show everyone who is currently experiencing thesedifficult years that they are not alone, and that most girls and boys in strange glasses, with braces in their teeth, in ugly jackets and with monstrous makeup, eventually turns into matchless ladies and imposing gentlemen, "says Marily Allred.

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