Quirky Toy Pictures by Patrick Andrew Adams

Toys can be great still life subjects, especially if you treat them like little humans. Photos of toys are like diorama photos, only quirkier, with monsters and robots instead of tiny people. Photographer Patrick Andrews Adams adeptly shows how small toys can be brilliant characters in a photo narrative. In addition to taking interesting photos, he often writes titles that add depth or character to the situation and toy subjects, much like a photojournalist illuminating a picture with text.

To see more of Patrick’s photography, visit his website, facebook page, flickr photostream, or etsy shop.

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I can slides down

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The Wind Up Race

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Zeke the Zen Panda

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HI!! I told you i don’t want a pet!!

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I would call him WOODROW

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The Immaculate Reception

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Support Your Local Robot

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sweet jump

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the right ninja… the wrong ninja outfit…

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Hey You Fleshy Headed Mutant – Are You Friendly?

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Bob (the Bunny)

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This Tree… Makes me happy…

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I Am Scary… I Am Scary… And gosh darnit people are afraid of me.

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Fishy Fishy

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Its Time For You To Go

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Its Time For You To Go – behind the scenes




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riyanti
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awesome <3

Keith Doucet
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Interesting marriage of old and new technology to create his art.
My mother had this exact same Kodak Brownie 127 camera (behind the scenes). Makes me wonder what ever happened to it.

patrick andrew adams
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This is great – thank you so much for the feature.

Tamara Hein
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Made me smile 🙂

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