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“I realized pit bulls were always portrayed in very urban, gritty photographs. The imagery associated with these dogs is often harsh, very contrasted, conveying the idea of them being tough. In my opinion, this feeds the myth that these dogs are dormant psychopaths. So I decided to take the other route and portray them like hippies, soft fairy-tale-inspired characters, feminine and dreamy. The idea of Flower Power blossomed. “I made flower headpieces and approached three rescue groups in New York City: Sean Casey Animal Rescue, Second Chance Rescue and Animal Haven. All three welcomed my project with enthusiasm. I set up a studio in both boarding facilities and photographed some of the pit bulls who were up for adoption (July and August 2014).”—Sophie Gamand
This weekend is producing the largest response to a launch of a new movie in the history of the Super Site. So large in fact, that the servers crashed on Friday night–down for 26 minutes before they went back online. That’s a lot of orders, and when we were up again, they kept coming in! And they’re still coming!
This was supposed to be the last edition of a trilogy, but…now… I don’t know…