I always wonder when I post something I first saw on facebook whether I should even bother... everyone has probably already seen it. I hope this is not the case here, and even if it is I will take that chance, because these photos are something to see.
We've all seen the plastic crap- whether it's in our own homes, or in the homes of friends with kids, in the thrift store, or on the shelves at Zellers or The Bay. Well here are some of the people who make a living producing our crap. It's craptastic.
The photographer's name is Michael Wolf- he's a German fellow living in Hong Kong. His website is worth a look, and I think I'll have to post some more of his photos one of these days - I love the "window watching" photos, among others. http://photomichaelwolf.com/#the-real-toy-story-factory-workers-portraits/1
You should also take a look at photos of him working on the installation that accompanied the display of these photos - they're de-crapful! http://photomichaelwolf.com/#the-real-toy-story-collecting-developing/1