Dangerous Minds: "...photographer and artist Mattie Kannard has spent the past eight years photographing graffiti, but only after it has been painted over by the building owners. The results often resemble an unintentional pastiche of Mark Rothko’s style of abstract expressionism."
Agnetha, Giant Lollipop and Creepy Dolls
Most artist have probably been talked into doing weird photo shoots which they have regretted afterwards. It would surprise me if Agnetha is as happy with this one as the rest of us are, today.
Let me leave you with this bonus photo of all of the A:s and B:s all wrapped up and ready to go...
Lennart Nilsson (1922 - 2017) "...was a Swedish photographer and scientist. He is noted for his photographs of human embryos and other medical subjects once considered unphotographable, and more generally for his extreme macro photography. He is also considered to be among Sweden’s first modern photojournalists." (Wikipedia)
Previous post regarding Lennart Nilsson
One of the earliest Swedish-born Hollywood stars is a relatively forgotten one. Those who do know about Warner Oland (Born Johan Verner Ölund on October 3, 1879 – August 6, 1938) mostly remember him for his screen role as the detective Charlie Chan. He starred in a total of 16 Charlie Chan films. The success of the Chan character turned into a cash cow for Fox Studios and Oland became a valuable property. He became wealthy and bred miniature schnauzers.
Dr Fu Manchu.
"Oland continued to appear onscreen as an Asian, probably more often than any other white actor in the history of cinema. This was not, strictly speaking, "yellowface", since Oland used no special makeup to change his ethnic appearance, according to frequent co-star Keye Luke."
Yet another asian role for Oland was Dr Yogami in Werewolf of London from 1935. Here's the French poster: