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Super Flemish

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art / images / inspiration / photography / play

What if Superman was born in the sixteenth century? And what if the Hulk was a Duke? French photographer Sasha Goldberger has created a series of photographs where he combines American childhood heroes with the Flemish tradition of portraiture. Mimicking the poses of the Low Lands nobility, we now see them quietly seated. Together with a team of more than 100 collaborators Goldberger dressed these modern day superheroes (& villains) in 17th-century versions of their […]

Six Reels of Joy

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film / history / humanity / life / news / play / stories / vintage

*In Rojava, an autonomous Kurdish enclave in Northern Syria, an old-fashioned cinema with red velvet seats and golden drapes is filled with children that have never seen a movie before. It turns out to be a silent film: Charlie Chaplin’s The Kid. I can only imagine how wonderful it must have been for those kids to see this film on the big screen. Not just because they live in a dangerous world, but because Chaplin’s […]