Le journal de BORIS VICTOR : Le bal des jésuites - L'éditorial par Daniel Gluck...

Le journal de BORIS VICTOR : Le bal des jésuites - L'éditorial par Daniel Gluck...

Daniel Lambert was a cherished member of his town Leichester,  England. He lived during the 1700's and became the largest man in recorded history at that time. In his youth he was extremely strong and athletic despite his growing size. Having a pleasant and refined personality he made many friends. He did not abuse alcohol and claimed not to eat unusually large amounts of food. So his weigh gain remains a bit of a mystery. When he died he weighed in at around 720 lbs.

Daniel Lambert was a cherished member of his town Leichester, England. He lived during the 1700's and became the largest man in recorded history at that time. In his youth he was extremely strong and athletic despite his growing size. Having a pleasant and refined personality he made many friends. He did not abuse alcohol and claimed not to eat unusually large amounts of food. So his weigh gain remains a bit of a mystery. When he died he weighed in at around 720 lbs.

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Daniel Lambert, was a hunter, horseman, and jailkeeper in Leicester England who weighed 53 stone (742 pounds) by his mid-30s. Having fallen on hard financial times in 1806 he moved to London and displayed himself as a “natural curiosity” to make money. He died at the age of 39 and the legend goes that it took 20 men more than 30 minutes to drag his coffin into the grave.

Daniel Lambert, was a hunter, horseman, and jailkeeper in Leicester England who weighed 53 stone (742 pounds) by his mid-30s. Having fallen on hard financial times in 1806 he moved to London and displayed himself as a “natural curiosity” to make money. He died at the age of 39 and the legend goes that it took 20 men more than 30 minutes to drag his coffin into the grave.

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Daniel Lambert 1770-1809  Britain's first obese man.  At the Newarke Houses Museum in Leicester, England, hangs a portrait of Britain's first obese man, painted in 1806. Daniel Lambert weighed 53st (335kg) and was considered a medical oddity. Too heavy to work, Lambert came up with an ingenious idea: he would charge people a shilling to see him. Lambert made a fortune, and his portrait shows him at the end of his life: affluent and respected – a celebrated son of Leicester.

Daniel Lambert 1770-1809 Britain's first obese man. At the Newarke Houses Museum in Leicester, England, hangs a portrait of Britain's first obese man, painted in 1806. Daniel Lambert weighed 53st (335kg) and was considered a medical oddity. Too heavy to work, Lambert came up with an ingenious idea: he would charge people a shilling to see him. Lambert made a fortune, and his portrait shows him at the end of his life: affluent and respected – a celebrated son of Leicester.

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Antique Brass Inkwell Daniel Lambert  ( I believe this is a reproduction)

Antique Brass Inkwell Daniel Lambert ( I believe this is a reproduction)

My ISTD submission for the brief 'books still' based on the idea of story. Stories are part of our everyday lives, we learn from them and use them to teach others. They entertain us and distract us. This piece aims at expressing this through using sound, visuals and typography to encourage the viewer to watch, listen and read the screen in order to understand the idea of story.  Film by Tim Marriott  Written by Tim Marriott  Narration by Daniel Lambert  Music by Daniel Lambert (edite...

My ISTD submission for the brief 'books still' based on the idea of story. Stories are part of our everyday lives, we learn from them and use them to teach others. They entertain us and distract us. This piece aims at expressing this through using sound, visuals and typography to encourage the viewer to watch, listen and read the screen in order to understand the idea of story. Film by Tim Marriott Written by Tim Marriott Narration by Daniel Lambert Music by Daniel Lambert (edite...

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