Child’s Play: Book Bed Folds Sleepy Time into Story Form


As part of a series of abstract play spaces and other kid-centric scenes, these photos show a real-life intermingling of beds and the ultimate childhood bedtime activity: being read a storybook.

Yusuke Suzuki is a photographer of the abstract, and this set is typical of her work: odds and ends lifting up off the page to be interacted with and form real-life scenes.

While perhaps not pragmatic, it looks like just about the most fun bed ever conceived. And when the kids get too tired? They can simply flop over and fall asleep, simple as that.

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