Charlie Chaplin and Art With Salt
Charlie Chaplin, the British comic actor who rose to fame in the silent era and the design of portraits with salt. Art and Film are two things that have inspired me throughout my life and this is certainly a combination of the best of both worlds.
Most of us have not been lucky enough to witness a great deal of what went on and what was created within the silent era as it seems to be lost in time, but Charlie Chaplin to me personally was a very influential character. Watching him is not only inspiring, but it gives me some kind of sense of fulfilment, and I’m glad that I can appreciate the art of a good silent silent film.
I believe that what inspires me most about Charlie Chaplin is the way that he can convey so much emotion and strength through his acting. He has the ability to make me laugh without saying a single word, and I guess that’s one of the reasons he was such an influential character throughout his career. Never have I been disappointed in a Chaplin film, nor have I gotten bored of having no speech envolved. Instead I find myself smiling appreciating the art and character who appears so confident on the screen, he whom has taken talent to the next level.
For those of you who do not know much of Charlie Chaplin but appreciate the influential people throughout the times who have made our film industry what it is today, I do recommend you watch some of his videos or visit his website here and read his biography.
Creativity and individuality inspires me. So take the time to appreciate the good things in life and watch the videos below.
Art With Salt
Charlie Chaplin: The Lion’s Cage
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