By now, you're probably familiar with photographer Jordan Matter's work—images of gorgeous dancers, sometimes mid-air, smack-dab in the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
Jeffrey Smith in Times Square (Jordan Matter, via dancersamongus.com)
Alexander Peters and Elizabeth Mateer in Philadelphia, PA (Jordan Matter, via dancersamongus.com)
A few years ago, Matter published a book with his dancer series called Dancers Among Us. It made the New York Times' Bestseller list—but Matter didn't stop there. He's followed up Dancers Among Us with projects like Circus Among Us and Athletes Among Us.
Recently, Matter's been adding to another series, similar to Dancers Among Us—just of the miniature variety. Introducing Matter's Tiny Dancers Among Us (!!!), full of the most #adorbz pint-sized dancers around. For example, there's Adina in L.A....
Yasss (Jordan Matter, via tinydancersamongus.com)
...and Samantha and Ariel waiting at LaGuardia Airport in NYC:
Totally what dancers do while waiting to board (Jordan Matter, via tinydancersamongus.com)
And I'm loving Dylan from Naperville, IL, who's super pumped about his sandwich.
Nom nom nom nom nom (Jodan Matter via tinydancersamongus.com)
Matter explains that his Tiny Dancer series is a tribute of sorts to his two own children, Hudson and Salish. He writes, "...I want [my children] to be free from self-consciousness, to discover the deep happiness that comes from a life filled with passion, and to find the serenity necessary to be truly present. These photographs communicate my dreams for them more powerfully than words: Relish moments large and small, recognize the beauty around you, and be alive!"
You can check out all of Matter's new series here. A quick note: If you're in public, just know that you're bound to let out a few "AWWWWWs" while scrolling through. You were warned.