The Gold Rush (1925) print | CLASSIQ JOURNAL EDITIONS
Movie still beautifully transferred on mountable fine art photographic paper.
Size: 50 X 70 cm (19.6 X 27.5 inches)
The print includes a minimum border of 1.3 cm (0.5 inches) to allow for handling. You can also use passepartout for framing.
“My costume helps me to express my conception of the average man, of almost any man, of myself. The derby, too small, is a striving for dignity. The mustache is vanity. The tightly buttoned coat and the stick and his whole manner are a gesture toward gallantry and dash and ‘front’. He is chasing folly, and he knows it. He is trying to meet the world bravely, to put up a bluff, and he knows that, too. He knows it so well that he can laugh at himself and pity himself a little.” Charlie Chaplin
The brilliance of Charlie Chaplin, in a tramp suit. Transcending time and culture, Chaplin’s films, including The Gold Rush (1925), were meant to make the whole world laugh, and mostly at yourself.
This poster is a reminder that now, more than ever, we need comedies, good comedies, and that you should take the important things seriously, but not take yourself too seriously.
Also available in our shop: The Gold Rush set of mountable poscards.