Fallen Princesses

These works by photographer Dina Goldstein place Fairy Tale characters in modern day scenarios. In all of the images the Princess is placed in an environment that articulates her conflict. The ‘…happily ever after’ is replaced with a realistic outcome and addresses current issues.

“The project was inspired by my observation of three-year-old girls, who were developing an interest in Disney’s Fairy tales. As a new mother I have been able to get a close up look at the phenomenon of young girls fascinated with Princesses and their desire to dress up like them. The Disney versions almost always have sad beginning, with an overbearing female villain, and the end is predictably a happy one. The Prince usually saves the day and makes the victimized young beauty into a Princess.”
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80s McFashions

McDonald’s came up with a lot of amazing stuff in the 80s, from McNugget Noir to Jason Alexander’s McDLT enthusiasm, but this new find really takes the cake..er… burger.

McFashion. Apparently, in the 1988, the McDonald’s employee catalogue was filled with “The Smile Makers”, which was, from what we can tell, “employees” wearing McDonald’s brand clothing with such joy and excitement, you’d think they were high as kites.
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