Where Children Sleep, by photographer James Mollison, is a visual journey that explores the many environments in which children from around the world slumber.
The series exhibits portraits of each child juxtaposed with their bedrooms or sleeping environments. While some boast opulent worldly goods and a luxurious bed to sleep on, other images portray grave poverty, leaving certain adolescents to rest without so much as a cot.
The series, which offers an inside look at the lives of these children, is now available as a photo essay and art book, HERE.
Take a gander at the eye-opening collection and find out where each child is from, in the gallery up top.