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In celebration of the make-believe stories we once believed, this photo essay is a tribute to the fibs and fables that taught us how to wonder.

Logic takes a looser form when you’re still figuring out the shape of the world. Magical thinking makes sense: Why wouldn’t pushing on the back of the seats help a car get up the hill? If voices come out of the radio, surely there are tiny people living inside it? And how sad was it that people in old movies had to live in a world that was only black-and-white? Life is livelier when you’re five, after all: Every stuffed

  • Words:
    Stephanie Rosenbaum Klassen
  • Photography:
    Dominik Tarabanski
  • Styling:
    Alpha Vomero

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  • Words:
    Stephanie Rosenbaum Klassen
  • Photography:
    Dominik Tarabanski
  • Styling:
    Alpha Vomero
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