Armaments manufacturer Alfred Krupp who allegedly used slave labor to make weapons for the Nazis, contacted the famous Arnold Newman for a portrait in 1963.
Upon finding out that Newman was a Jew, Krupp refused to let him take the photograph. Newman insisted to have Krupp look at his portfolio before making a final decision and after seeing Newman’s portfolio Krupp accepted.
On July 6, 1963, they went into a factory in Essen which belonged to Krupp, where Newman decided to make Krupp look as evil as possible under the eerie demonic lighting of the factory.
When Krupp first saw the portrait he was livid. Newman was more tongue-in-cheek: “As a Jew, it’s my own little moment of revenge.”
Yes, let us give thanks to “The Lord” who caused a Tornado to destroy hundreds, possibly thousands, of lives.
Yes, let us, “thank” him.
HOW DO YOU MAKE A GUY
Angelina Jolie had a double mastectomy, in case you hadn’t heard. How dare she remove those ticking time bombs from her chest, amiright? Like, hasn’t she learned by now that her body is public domain and we all get to vote on what she does with it? Sheesh, how selfish can ya get.
Poignancy and sadness often accompany each other.
It seems he knew where to put it after all.
True. I think this is why the story works. They HAVE to make these mistakes. It’s endearing, part of the conflict, like a great Greek myth.
It is an interesting question, though. I’m almost done with the fifth book. I keep thinking about young Eddard. What would he have done if put in his children’s positions? It’s funny because we’re kind of conditioned to admire him in that first book, but then we see all the ways he screwed up being the hand. It seems, though, that the comparison still exists in that young Eddard didn’t really make mistakes. Kind of like Robb, I guess. And maybe I’m getting the books and the show conflated.
The questions posed here do make me wonder, though. How good of a father was he, really? We know he was honorable, but his kids are much more mischievous than one would expect.
This makes me so happy, and yet so sad.
He was smart, he was a writer (you could tell by his phrasing) and this is something he TRULY cares about. That boy has a heart and he cares. He sees the truth for what it is and he refuses to sit idly and watch as the youth of america just stumbles by.
BUT the teacher was done. She didn’t care. She was fed up.
BUT the students were uncaring, even laughing, as this young man walked out
BUT this video was put online to be deemed as a joke and embarrass that boy.
THAT is unexceptionable
THAT is not right.
If you are this young gentleman if you are his relative, or if you have ever done something similar.
I am so proud of you
To take your opinion and share. NOT ONCE did he threaten her, NOT ONCE did he raise his voice above a proper projection so that the class could hear his words NOT ONCE did he insult her in any means past how she was behaving with her job. He didn’t undermine her. He didn’t hurt her, and yet he gave his message and left in peace.
That makes him a true, undeniable, super hero in my eyes.
Thank you sir.
this is the kind of student i wish i had been. and whoever thinks this guy is a dumbass can walk out the door too because seriously? this guy is amazing. i’m proud of him too man
Jonathan Hobin Re-Creates the World’s Most Infamous Tragedies with Children
more of the album here
wow i find these so incredibly interesting, i don’t even know why, i just can’t stop looking at them.
i guess that’s good art?