A family heirloom is often something that's very important to us, so important, in fact, that we bury it away and rarely share it with even ourselves. For this week's Shooting Challenge, readers photographed their most treasured possessions.
Maybe there is something you own that's very special to you, passed on from someone who was also special t you—but maybe you don't appreciate this object very often. For this week's Shooting Challenge, you'll photograph an heirloom.
Heirlooms are significant objects—often jewelry or prized items—passed through generations. But as our priorities in life change, will our choices of heirlooms as well? Will I find myself entrusting an original Game Boy to my child one day?
Some of us banish our PCs to the basement, running long cables to them and keeping them and their noise away from us, but not Suissa Computers. Canadian designer Howard Suissa elevates the PC and its case to a level that almost resembles worship.