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Frieke Janssens: Smoking Kids

Frieke Janssens: Smoking Kids

Here's a gallery of smoking children. The ones in the circles are from Frieka Janssen's "Smoking Kids" series. I believe the children are our future, do not kill them with second hand smoke. First hand smoke is far more effective.

Old Timey skeleton bicyclist

Vintage Photography ( strange weird creepy photo / skeleton on bike / antique bicycle )

Smoking Children by Frieke Janssens, a thought provoking juxtaposition of the glamour vs reality of smoking and its effect on our culture. Also, I just want these on my wall because they are super weird. Don't worry, none of the kids were actually smoking.

Smoking Children by Frieke Janssens, a thought provoking juxtaposition of the glamour vs reality of smoking and its effect on our culture. Don't worry, none of the kids were actually smoking.

The-forward-boy-reading-a-book-and-smoking-a-cigar

Smoking cigars is a great social activity, or a great solo activity. These are just some ideas of what others do when they smoke cigars.

Photograph Mak Sah by Yaman Ibrahim on

Vietnamese child

Image detail for -photos .descriptions of waiting children.

W E L L ※ F E D

22 months old boy lights a cigarette~Los Some deep thinkers in that era

Bryan Schutmaat

Bryan-Schutmaat photography Grays the Mountain Sends is a series by Brooklyn-based photographer Bryan Schutmaat that documents working people in small mountain towns and mining communities in the American West.

Frieke Jenssen

Glamorous Photos of Kids Smoking Frieke Janssens' images of kids and (fake!) cigarettes capture the ugliness and the not-quite-bygone glamour of smoking.

The nose [is] half a foot long, shaped like a beak, filled with perfume with only two holes, one on each side near the nostrils, but that can suffice to breathe and carry along with the air one breathes the impression of the [herbs] enclosed further along in the beak. - Quoted and translated in Michel Tibayrenc (ed.), Encyclopedia of Infectious Diseases: Modern Methodologies (2007) p. 680. From M. Lucenet, ‘La peste, fleau majeur’ extraits de la Bibliotheque InterUniversitaire, Paris (1994).

BB: Masks worn by doctors during the Plague. The protective suit of the plague doctor consisted of a heavy fabric overcoat that was waxed, a mask with glass eye openings and a cone nose shaped like a beak to hold scented substances and straw.

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