Eli Rezkallah is one of the most talented photographers out there and he decided to reverse the role of women (from the 1950s) with their male counterparts to poke fun at them. The post irked many men.
In the 1950s women were limited to their kitchen stations, preparing lip-smacking dishes for their hard-working husbands. Taking care of their children while slaving around the house all day was supposed to be the image of a perfect woman which was reflected in several ads during that time. Eli Rezkallah was heavily inspired by these and decided to use it in his photography series called "In A Parallel Universe". This hilarious but daunting project shows a gender reversal that pokes humor at the absurd stereotypical mentality.
It could get ugly.
Is that where you belong?
Is it necessary for us to burn the food too?
Now you can get out of the kitchen soon too.
It's not just us, you can do it too!
Now, we have the power too.
How do you like it now?
That's one way to put it.
That's how we want our how, sir.
The floor was empty without them.
While going through this amazing photographer's profile we came across several other works that deserve to be recognized.
Look where you're going.
The new Evil Queen is here.
Hold on to your dreams.
Care to join us?
We all dream of perfection but what is the definition of it?
This is the way to go.
French fries aren't that bad.
Can you hear them?
This is pure bliss.
It's not always the truth.
Plastic flashes all around.
This is all she wanted.
It's going to be a bumpy ride.Disclosure: This post uses affiliate links from online retailers that allow readers to purchase merchandise, for which we may or may not receive a commission. Our content is not influenced by these partnerships.