In the style of an anthropologist, the artist Hans Eijkelboom uses photography as a means to research appearances and identities. Intrigued by the evolution of consumer society and how it influences individuals, he has produced several series immersed in public areas. To produce Numbers, the photographer scoured the streets of six cities around the world looking for people bearing the numbers from 1 to 100 on their clothes.
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