Tiny Photographs of Melancholy is a series of 11 postcards made by Paul Paper, a young photographer based in Vilnius, Lithuania. In his photographs he shows a clear and spontaneous point of view about pre adult life condition. The Tiny Photographs of Melancholy postcards are printed in a limited edition of 500, sized 5 x 3.5 inches.
Young, thoughtful women and “boring sea pictures”, like one of the postcard’s titles, tell us, in a very simple way, something about our every day’s life, our quiet moments of thinking. Sometimes, the right rainy day makes you think that your life (and with photography, also your memories), is the most important thing in the world, and that’s all you need.

 

 

Daniel Augschöll, Anya Jasbär

 

 

 

© Paul Paper

 
 

© Paul Paper

 
 

© Paul Paper, Daysleepers/Summer Secrets

 
 

© Paul Paper, A boring sea picture/Sunny day. Let in 1

 
 

© Paul Paper, Maybe tomorrow