They had to call him the autumn soldier instead of the "fall" soldier so he wouldn't remember falling from that train.

They had to call him the autumn soldier instead of the "fall" soldier so he wouldn't remember falling from that train.

The Falling Soldier - Federico Correll Garcia, shot by Robert Capa, Spanish Civil War, 1936.

The Falling Soldier - Federico Correll Garcia, shot by Robert Capa, Spanish Civil War, 1936.

The Falling Soldier Artist: Robert Capa (American (born Hungary), Budapest 1913–1954 Thai Binh) Date: 1936, printed later Medium: Gelatin silver print

The Falling Soldier Artist: Robert Capa (American (born Hungary), Budapest 1913–1954 Thai Binh) Date: 1936, printed later Medium: Gelatin silver print

gas masks used during WWI to stop the chlorine gas and mustarded gas from killing or blinding them

gas masks used during WWI to stop the chlorine gas and mustarded gas from killing or blinding them

Cornelia Parker on Robert Capa’s “The Falling Soldier” | “It's almost like if you could rewind the film and a second later he'd be alive again.” #MetArtistProject

Cornelia Parker on Robert Capa’s “The Falling Soldier” | “It's almost like if you could rewind the film and a second later he'd be alive again.” #MetArtistProject

This is my remake of the actual poster. I decided to play around with the text and put an image of a falling soldier to place emphasis on the 'fall' of Singapore. I used the shape of Singapore and the contrast of colours to bring out the explosion element.

This is my remake of the actual poster. I decided to play around with the text and put an image of a falling soldier to place emphasis on the 'fall' of Singapore. I used the shape of Singapore and the contrast of colours to bring out the explosion element.

Pinning this because it's cute and also because Bruce's shirt has a flower on it :))

Pinning this because it's cute and also because Bruce's shirt has a flower on it :))

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