Each child has a most loved toy or two. Indeed, even as grown-ups, we would all be able to think affectionately back to that extraordinary activity figure or plush toy that we wanted to bear with
us. Italian picture taker Gabriele Galimberti needed to investigate those individual associations through his photography thus he went the world over for year and a half, archiving kids encompassed
by their most loved toys. Before every shoot, Galimberti would become acquainted with every youngster by investing energy with them and playing with the toys together. He found that all
through the venture, there were steady contrasts in the connections a kid had with the material belonging, a distinction particularly identified with class.