Clearly, an architect of the future! Minimalist and white yes - tick, carefully considered clothing, a poloneck, briefcase to hold those 'napkin sketches', artistically mussed hair... and a balloon. Really serious specs to follow when he's older.
At the moment I can't repost the pic, but can point in the general direction:
Malcolm Fraser Architects, proposals for conversion, re-use and extension of the Speirs Centre, Alloa.
Here, page 2
standing outside, lone child (what, no Responsible Adult in close proximity?) on the right of pic, peering wistfully in to the building, and yes, there's no disguising it, that's a balloon.
No, nothing else Bollocks about it, fine proposals, re-use of a historic building, my favourite metal with stone (zinc I hope) all described and drawn with admirable clarity. The trees deserve a special commendation.
It's just... well, actually, when was the last time you saw a child with a balloon? Why are they so beloved of architects desperate to show people doing 'stuff ' around their buildings? Why is this an ever recurring image?
And why not a flasher in the trees, a dog crapping on the pavement, drug dealers plying their trade, a ned with a tinnie of Special Brew, an OAP being mugged, even a random pole dancer? You know, NORMAL life?
Come on Malcolm... a challenge...
Unlike a certain Alan Dunlop, a self-portrait included possibly isn't wise though, if the comments here are to be believed: