The Museum of Ridiculously Interesting Things

Imposter family portraits

Hans Eijkelboom, ‘With My Family’ (1973).

For this series, the Dutch photographer would ring the doorbells of strangers’ houses after he saw the husbands leave for work. He would then convince their wives to pose in a family portrait with him in the place of the father. ⁣⁣⁣⁣

Another title for this series might as well be “Portrait of women who definitely don’t listen to a lot of true crime podcasts.”⁣⁣


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2 comments

  1. Stephanie Atwater

    Dear Chelsea, It was so so nice to see new postings on the Museum of RIT popping up in my mailbox recently. I love your beautiful mind and face. I hope you are doing well. – Stephanie Atwater

    Sent from my iPhone

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