The new thing Bangkok’s Millennials are going crazy for is: like the croissants in their hands, nothing new at all.
Anyone who has been there before newly opened cafe Bonci A long line of people may have caught your eye lately, including celebrities like John Winyu and director Nawapol “Ter” Thamrongrattanarit, lining up to take photos in a classy-looking photo booth.
It is a project of Sculpture Bangkok, in particular co-founder Luksika “Pyn” Jiradarakul, photographer and graduate of the Art Faculty at Chulalongkorn University, who developed an affinity for photo booths while traveling abroad. She hopes to spark a similar kind of nostalgia for old-school photo booths among like-minded people in Bangkok.
Photo: Sculpture Bangkok
Pay THB140, pose for three shots, and grab your coveted photos off the stand. This is something that sounds awfully familiar to a lot of people, but it’s so incredibly popular that reservations were required through Ticketmelon in January.
If you want to join the surge of varsity students and creative, trending guys looking to get some naughty shots, a res is no longer required. Visit the WWA Cafe x Chooseless in Upper Ekkamai from Wednesday to Sunday from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Lido Connect in Siam Square daily from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., where Sculpture Bangkok’s photo booths are available for self-service.
Director Nawapol “Ter” Thamrongrattanarit was one of the people who lined up to take pictures in the photo booth. Photo: Sculpture Bangkok
This story originally appeared in BK.
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