Do you remember the feeling of having bright, shining eyes full of lightness and hopes for the future – that we had as children?
In this book Simon Johansson celebrates that light-heartedness made of hide-and-seek, bike racing and boundless imagination. In the book we meet many children who simply do what they do best: children. They do somersaults, play with dogs, peek out of windows, hide behind curtains and run with friends.
Johansson’s black and white unrolls a veil of melancholy nostalgia over these carefree activities. If we can’t tear it, it means that we have become adults.