In this series I was documenting the culture of boys and men who play airsoft. On weekends and "free-days" they put their uniforms on, grab an airsoft gun and go to play a game of war. Even though it's only a game and most of them actually don't want to fight in real war, they want the game to be maximaly realistic and sometimes it gets pretty violent. This interesting paradox led me to shoot the series in style, that resembles a classic war photography and such as the game itself, the photographs balances on half way between a game and something that's pointing out at a serious issue.