Category Archives: Pop culture

memories of the ’80s – Conan the Barbarian

The early 1980s brought a fantasy story from the 1930s to the big screen and the launch of a new action hero: Conan the Barbarian. Based on a collection of fantasy stories published in the 1930s by Robert E. Howard … Continue reading

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memories of the ’80s – Conan the Barbarian

In 1982, a fantasy story came to the big screen and created a new action star: Conan the Barbarian. Based on pulp fiction stories of the 1930s written by Robert E. Howard in Weird Tales Magazine, director/writer John Millius rewrote … Continue reading

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Old man of MIMA

Spotted in the basement gallery of the MIMA Museum:

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MIMA Woman

Another amazing example from Brussels’s MIMA Museum:

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memories of the ’70s – Pumping Iron

The late 1970s brought a docudrama film to the big screen about men, muscles and competition in Pumping Iron. Focusing on the world of body building competitions, Pumping Iron was produced and directed by photographer/filmmaker George Butler. Butler had first … Continue reading

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Creator

Another stunning creation in the MIMA Museum in Brussels:

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Molenbeek style

Street art spotted along the river in the Molenbeek neighbourhood of Brussels:

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