"Technology is moving quickly, but our social systems — governance, law, community, education and culture — are not keeping pace. Social entrepreneurship isn’t enough. We need radical innovation in law, education, community, culture, and governance. We need start-up communities and incubator cities, skill exchanges, crowd-sourced schools, open-source governments. We need to do for our social systems what yesterday’s entrepreneurs and scientists have done for technology." Photos, 1958, Philippe Halsman, Professor, Photography
Nixon, ‘Jump’, 1959, by Philippe Halsman
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VICE PRESIDENT RICHARD M. NIXON (1955), by Philippe Halsman. In the 1950s, Halsman began asking his sitters to jump in front of the camera, because he noticed that doing so paradoxically seemed to relax people.
President Richard Nixon jumping by American portrait photographer, Philippe Halsman who finished all his photo sessions by asking his subjects to jump
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And a happier moment for Nixon, c/o of Magnum's Philippe Halsman, a photographer who seemed to know how to inject levity into any situation! Photo © Philippe Halsman. USA. 1959. The American Vice President Richard NIXON.
Richard Nixon jumping in 1955. Persuasive Philippe Halsman called this photographic technique “Jumpology,” stating that"When you ask a person to jump, his attention is mostly directed toward the act of jumping and the mask falls so that the real person appears." Click through for more celebrity jumps.
1959 Philippe Halsman "Jumpology" image of Nixon, taken when he was vice president. Photo © Philippe Halsman/Magnum Photos
The American Vice President Richard M. Nixon. USA. 1959. Jumpology. (Photo by Philippe Halsman)
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portrait of j. robert oppenheimer
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Manhattan Project physicist J. Robert Oppenheimer, 1958. by Philippe Halsman http://able2know.org/topic/185481-1
Robert Oppenheimer (1904-1967) was an American theoretical physicist and professor of physics at the University of California, Berkeley. He was called the "father of the atomic bomb" for their role in the Manhattan Project. The first atomic bomb was detonated on July 16, 1945, in the Trinity test in New Mexico; he remarked later that it brought to mind words from the Bhagavad Gita: "Now I am become Death, the destroyer of worlds."
Manhattan Project physicist J. Robert Oppenheimer, 1958. by Philippe Halsman - 'Jumpology'
portrait of j. robert oppenheimer, one of the creators of the atom bomb dropped in japan
J. Robert Oppenheimer 1958 - Theoretical physicist and professor of physics
Manhattan Project physicist J. Robert Oppenheimer, 1958.
dunno why but i love this photo
Robert Oppenheimer jumps
This is Aldous Huxley in part of a series of photographs called "Jump" by Philippe Halsman in 1959.
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Aldous Huxley (1958) by Philippe Halsman. #read #reading #write #writing #writer #writing room #book #books #author #authors
Aldous Huxley (1894 - 1963), author of Brave New World (1931) one of the first novels to predict the future existence of genetic engineering, test-tube babies, anti-depression medication, and virtual reality. Photo of him jumping by Philippe Halsman .......... THE IMAGE IF FROM THE WONDERFUL BOOK CALLED - 'JUMP' - HE PHOTOGRAPHED MANY FAMOUS PEOPLE JUST JUMPING !
«Un intelectual es una persona que ha encontrado algo más interesante que el sexo.» (Aldous Huxley. En la fotografía, saltando para Philippe Halsman en 1958.) http://www.veniracuento.com/
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Aldous Huxley (1894 - 1963), author of Brave New World (1931) one of the first novels to predict the future existence of genetic engineering, test-tube babies, anti-depression medication, and virtual reality. Photo of him jumping by Philippe Halsman
Aldous Huxley, New York, 1958. Photograph by Philippe Halsman/Magnum
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Duke and Duchess of Windsor, ‘Jump’, 1959, by Philippe Halsman
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In order to capture a person's authentic face, the famous photographer Philippe Halsman would ask his models to jump, including many celebrities. Here the Duke and Duchess of Windsor are shown jumping for him.
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The Duke and Duchess of Windsor jumping in their sock feet. Photo by Philippe Halsman, 1959. [Image via]
Philippe Halsman: Jumpology. This is the Duke and Duchess of Windsor jumping. Halsman was a photographer that ended each portrait session with a hop, skip or a jump which he would attempt to capture, sometimes multiple times. For some of his subjects, images like this were never seen anywhere else. It's a simple way of thinking outside of the box. Or jumping out of it.
Wallis Simpson / Edward VIII / Duke and Duchess of Windsor / Philippe Halsman / Jumpology
Among the celebrities and notables that Philippe Halsman asked to jump for his famous photo series were the Duke and Duchess of Windsor -- that is, the former King of England and the controversial American for whom he gave up the throne. In theory, Halsman's photo was remarkable -- royals can be this playful? -- but in execution, it was even more so: Other than the position of their feet and the mildly surprised expression on the duke's face, the Windsors manage to maintain their cultivated bearing. Her hair and jewelry are static, his lapels crisp, their postures ramrod-straight -- as if they're out to meet the plebes on any other day.
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‘Jump’, 1959, by Philippe Halsman | Retronaut
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NEW YORK CITY—American photographer Weegee, who was born with the name Usher Fellig (later changed to Arthur) in Austria, 1961. © Philippe Halsman / Magnum Photos
philippe halsman(1906-79), usa. nyc. 1961. the american photographer weegee, who was born with the name usher fellig in austria. http://www.magnumphotos.com/C.aspx?VP3=SearchDetail&VBID=24PVHECWQLVP&PN=21&IID=2S5RYD1C8GKF
americanphoto: © Philippe Halsman / MagnumWeegeeFrom: THE FINE ART OF THE JUMPING PHOTO: PHILIPPE HALSMAN’S JUMPOLOGY
Weegee by Philippe Halsman, 1961 © Philippe Halsman/Halsman Archives/courtesy °CLAIR.
Photographer Weegee in the series 'Jumpology' ~ Photo by Philippe Halsman
Philippe HALSMAN :: Photographer WEEGEE [Usher Fellig], NYC, 1961
© PHILIPPE HALSMAN - Jumpology | jumping WEEGEE, 1961
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Sophia Loren, 1959, by Philippe Halsman | Retronaut
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Sophia Loren, 1959. Photo by Philippe Halsman http://t.co/keJakym19j
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Sophia Loren, 1955. © Philippe Halsman / Magnum Photos.
Foto de Philippe Halsman. O pulo de Sophia Loren, 1959.
Sofia Loren photographed by Philippe Halsman, 1959
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Murray Kempton, 1959, by Philippe Halsman | Retronaut
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Murray Kempton, 1956 in "Jumpology" by Philippe Halsman. From "Jump Book".
Murray Kempton, 1956. (Photograph by Philippe Halsman)
Murray Kempton as part of "Jump" by Philippe Halsman
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Brigitte Bardot, 1959, by Philippe Halsman | Retronaut
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Magnum Photo. Photographer - Philippe Halsman FRANCE. 1955. French actress Brigitte BARDOT jumping in front of her villa, "La Madrague."
Former French fashion model, actress, singer and animal rights activist Brigitte Bardot jumping in front of her villa, La Madrague, France, 1955. (Photo by Philippe Halsman)
Usada! Así de contenta se pone BB cada vez que llega la Navidad. Brigitte Bardot, “JUMP!”, 1959 Photo: Philippe Halsman
French actress Brigitte Bardot, jumping in front of her villa, 'La Madrague' in St. Tropez, France. Photograph by Philippe Halsman. 1955
Brigitte Bardot by Philippe Halsman. #EresParis #BlackandWhite #BrigitteBardot #Swimsuit #Summer
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Philippe Halsman, Jean Seberg with Cat, 1959
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It's the first day of Spring! Isn't that just throw-your-cat-in-the-air-fantastic!! #firstdayofspring #philippehalsman #jump! #jeanseberg #dontactuallythrowacat
Philippe HALSMAN :: Jean Seberg with Cat, 1959, from the "JUMP" series. [[When you ask a person to jump, his attention is mostly directed toward the act of jumping, and the mask falls, so that the real person appears, said PH.]]
Jean Seberg and Cat, 1959 Photographer: Philippe Halsman This image has a sense of weightlessness particularly with the cat as it is in the air. The child seems to be excited about a new kitten coming into the family. The use of weightlessness in this pictures creates emotions such as joy, excitement and delight.
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Philippe Halsman, “Jean Seberg with Cat,” vintage silver print, 1959 #jumpology
Jean Seberg with Cat, 1959 by Philippe Halsman, from the "JUMP" series.
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When Famous People Jumped | Hint Fashion Magazine
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Happy Birthday Audrey Hepburn! We love your Funny Face | #partyskirts #skotapparel #ladylength #audreyhepburn #Padgram
Audrey Hepburn photographed by Philippe Halsman, 1955, 20 x 16" silver print, Courtesy Laurence Miller Gallery Good morning and Happy Monday!
Philippe Halsman's jumping portrait of Audrey Hepburn -- I love her expression. She looks so happy and excited. And I love her dress... It's just a great picture of a pretty, happy lady. And I'm a nerd.
Audrey Hepburn photographed by Philippe Halsman, 1955. To be successful you have to be yourself, she remind all of us the way happiness meant to be free and to be true to our believes. Success is just a word if you don't enjoy every minute of it
Audrey Hepburn by Philippe Halsman great piece of photography, so joyful. Audrey Hepburn is such a classic beauty,
Philippe Halsman's portrait of Audrey Hepburn =) so awesome. Halsman said: "Starting in the early 1950s I asked every famous or important person I photographed to jump for me. I was motivated by a genuine curiosity. After all, life has taught us to control and disguise our facial expressions, but it has not taught us to control our jumps. I wanted to see famous people reveal in a jump their ambition or their lack of it, their self-importance or their insecurity, and many other traits."
Audrey Hepburn by Philippe Halsman great piece of photography, so joyful.
8.) Vintage Style Icon: Audrey Hepburn #modcloth #wedding
vintage smile by lovely Audrey Hepburn #happy #icon #chic
by Philippe Halsman
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Anthony Perkins (April 4, 1932 – September 12, 1992) was an American actor. He was nominated for a Best Supporting Actor Oscar for his second film, Friendly Persuasion, but is best known for playing Norman Bates in Psycho.
"... HE DIDN'T WANT PEOPLE TO GET THE RIGHT IDEA": ANTHONY PERKINS - PHILIPPE HALSMAN
Philippe Halsman: Anthony Perkins (1960s) from the “Jump Series”
American actor Anthony Perkins, 1958. Photo by Philippe Halsman
Philippe Halsman: American actor Anthony Perkins, 1958.
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Chimpanzee photo by Philippe Halsman
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J Fred Muggs by Philippe Halsman, 1953. J. Fred Muggs is a chimpanzee that was the mascot for NBC's Today Show from 1953 to 1957.
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Philippe HALSMAN :: J. Fred Muggs, 1953 from Jump! series
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Grace Kelly photo by Philippe Halsman
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grace kelly jump, as shot by philippe halsman. one of my fav photos, and also my first pin upload :)
Grace Kelly jumping by American portrait photographer, Philippe Halsman who finished all his photo sessions by asking his subjects to jump
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Robert Redford. This is such a dad thing to do. I used to have a heart attack everytime my daughter's father would do this. Like, why?
This is apparently Robert Redford. My family has a history of doing this. It only seems to work until the baby is about 5 months old. Doesn't everyone have a photo like this?
we have pictures of my dad doing this with each one of us kids when we were babies. so cute.
Somewhere there is a photo of me sitting in my dads palm! I guess my mom was freaking out...
Robert Redford--- (My Dad would do the exact same thing with me, when I was that age. :-)
Black and White Photography: Robert Redford - holding baby in one hand
Father daughter : My dad use to do this with me :)
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William Holden From “Philippe Halsman’s Jump Book” (1959)
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philippe halsman(1906-79), 1954. american actor william holden. http://www.magnumphotos.com/C.aspx?VP3=SearchDetail&VBID=24PVHEC5K4RK&PN=4&IID=2K7O3R3JAHZC
William Holden From “Philippe Halsman’s Jump Book” (1959) — reissued by Abrams (1986).
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Bobby Fischer, by Philippe Halsman 1967
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American chess grandmaster, broke a two decade Russian dominance to become the eleventh World Chess Champion. portrait by Philipe Halsman (1967)
Bobby Fischer (1943-2008) - American chess prodigy, grandmaster, and the eleventh World Chess Champion. Many consider him the greatest chess player of all time. Photo by Philippe Halsman, 1967
Bobby Fischer, by Philippe Halsman 1967 ...An American chess prodigy, grandmaster.and 11th World Chess Champion. Considered by many as the greatest chess player who ever lived. In 1958, he became the youngest grandmaster who ever lived up to that time. At 20 he won the 1963-64 championships with 11/11 the only perfect score in the history of the tournament.
Robert James "Bobby" Fischer (March 9, 1943 – January 17, 2008) was an American chess grandmaster and the eleventh World Chess Champion. He is considered by many to be the greatest chess player who ever lived. Photo taken in 1967 by Philippe Halsman
Robert James "Bobby" Fischer is considered by many to be the greatest chess player who ever lived. Photo, 1967 by Philippe Halsman How has the photographer used props to say something about the identity of the subject? How has the photographer made the subjects head and the chess pieces seem to massive?
Philippe Halsman - Bobby FISCHER, US chess champion. New York City, USA #photography (1967)
- My dark side is that I can explode of anger when the tension inside me rises to a certain level, after someone has been nagging me verbally and/or physically for a long amount of time. - The reason why I choose this particular picture is because in this photo you have this man (symbolises the people that nag me until the point of no control) that preys upon the king of the opponent (symbolises the soft spot of me) Photo: Bobby Fischer, by Philippe Halsman 1967
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Jean Cocteau by Philippe Halsman
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French poet, artist and filmmaker Jean Cocteau. Dream of a Poet. USA, New York City, 1949. (Photo by Philippe Halsman)
Philippe Halsman - French poet, artist and filmmaker Jean Cocteau. “Dream of a Poet”. USA, New York City, 1949
Philippe Halsman, "Dream of a Poet" with Jean Cocteau II, 1949 on ArtStack #philippe-halsman #art
JEAN COCTEAU 1949 photo (detail) by PHILIPPE HALSMAN from Philippe Halsman a Retrospective. 1998.
Philippe Halsmanb | USA. New York city. 1949. "Dream of a Poet" by French artist Jean COCTEAU.
Philippe HALSMAN :: "Dream of a Poet" by French artist Jean Cocteau / NYC, 1949
NYC—"Dream of a Poet" by French artist Jean Cocteau, 1949 © Philippe Halsman
Jean Cocteau - Surreal Photography
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Robert Laska. i don't know why but i find this very humorous. it must be a weird sensation.
Robert Laska To me this represents how my tribe really listens to each other.
I wonder what they hear? Interesting portrait, very different.
Robert Laska, it just feels wrong to witness ears doing this.
Robert Laska / Character interraction
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