Last year, Crystal Moselle's documentary, The Wolfpack, introduced the world to the six Angulo brothers, who were in the first stages of getting to know the world themselves. For 14 years, the brothers were essentially shut-ins in their family apartment, forbidden by their father to leave, and only really able to experience the greater world through television and movies. from 2010 to 2015 Moselle documented the boys' lives and explorations, as they moved out beyond their home. During that time she introduced them to her friend, photographer Dan Martensen, who documented them as they, eventually inviting them up to his home upstate.

Dan Martensen/Damiani

Now, in a new book, Wolves Like Us: Portraits of the Angulo Brothers, Martensen shares the photos from those years, which span the Angulo's imaginative landscapes in their Lower East Side apartment and their first adventures out beyond the confines of their home.

Dan Martensen/Damiani

Dan Martensen/Damiani


Dan Martensen/Damiani

[h/t Hyperallergic]

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