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The 'I Am Winnie the Pooh' Series is a Stark Look Beyond the Spotlight

By: Leslie Chen - Published: • References: bechet.site.picturetank & mymodernmet
If you want to stay under the impression that your favorite characters growing up all live in a perfect alternate universe, then you may want to steer clear of the 'I Am Winnie the Pooh' photo series.

Created by photographer Benjamin Bechet, the images capture the most iconic superheroes and cartoon characters in a variety of menial jobs and demeaning situations. From showing Spiderman as a squeegee man to Batman working at a gas station, the series is a stark look at what may very well be the truth behind each of these characters' personas. Shot in a documentary style, the photos draw attention to the idea of looking past what a person may seem like and into the complex nature of identity.

'I Am Winnie the Pooh' offers an intriguing look beyond the giltz and glam of the spotlight. Stats for Degraded Iconic Characters Trending: Older & Buzzing
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