A series of posters exploring the origin of parenthood.
Vater! wo bist du?
Father! where are you?
When Friedrich Nietzsche was not quite five years old, his father died from a brain ailment. Both Richard Wagner (right) and Arthur Schopenhauer (left) became a father figure. The image is framed with images from sculptures of the earliest representations of men.
There are those moments, the ones where you realize everything you’re doing is just building up to something better. And you don’t want to do it anymore, you just want to be there: at the better, now. But, the truth is, the only thing you can do it continue and, in time, you will realize that the “better” you’ve been working towards is in fact: right now.