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Fupete in Paris! | Fabrik Project

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Some shoots coming from our friend Fupete. His first solo exposition in Paris “Jolly Roger” is started at the Since.Upian Gallery till the 9 of the next month.


The Secret History of Rum

Rum has always tended to favor and flavor rebellion, from the pirates and buccaneers of the seventeenth century to the American Revolution onward. In addition, sugar and rum pretty much introduced globalization to a waiting world, tying together Europe, the Americas, Africa and the Caribbean in a complex alcoholic web of trade and credit. Not until oil was any single commodity so important for world trade. So it is not surprising that the Bacardi Corporation has become one of the world's first transnationals.


Sea-Room's Music

Chanteys, Shanties, Chants de marins

ANTI- Album - Pirate Ballads, Sea Songs and Chanteys

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“The ocean: It’s all about the vast blue that engulfs two thirds of the planet. The human being cast against that abyss creates an interesting bit of perspective. I think the sailors of the time were dancing with death, and these were their tunes. They resonate with people on some internal level that is not immediately obvious because it’s not in our memory, it’s in our blood. It operates on a cellular level. It’s what makes us feel so alone.” -Gore Verbinski

Dossier : les meilleurs films de pirates

Il n'en fallait pas plus à la plume toujours aiguisée de Rafik Djoumi pour revenir sur la longue tradition des films de pirates au cinéma.

Les pirates au cinéma ~ 122 films référencés

Aucune "Histoire du Film des Pirates" n'a été écrite à ce jour, mais je vais faire en sorte de parler dans ce site des films existants. Je vais sûrement en oublier, mais ceux ayant eu le plus de succès sont cités.

Aventures en mer

consolider les connaissances acquises en 6e au sujet du texte narratif


Etsy :: Pirate search

recherche sur le items "pirates" sur etsy

100 pirates in 100 days

In September of this year I began my mission to draw one Pirate a day for 100 days straight, and today I cleaned up and uploaded Pirate number 100. I am mentally and physically exhausted. If this post is less than articulate it's because I have been up for many hours and my brain don't work properly. When I'm done posting this I am going to sleeeeeeeeeeeep. Still, It feels great to know I have finished on time or thereabouts. I uploaded the images to a flickr set, where you can view the images as a slide show, leave comments and so on. For the sake of consistency with the rest of this blog I've also put all the images behind the cut tag below, but that might take a while to load and my friend whose webspace I use will hate me, so don't say I didn't warn you! I should mention that since the drawings were originally commissioned for an online role-playing game, they depict not only pirates but the creatures whose world the pirates inhabit. I guess the title of this project might be slightly misleading, because a fish with a pirate hat on isn't strictly a pirate, but I hope no-one will hold that against me. I should also point out that I've ordered it so the first twenty or so are all the lowly skulking creatures and pirate children, the last 20 are the mighty warrior pirates, and then everything in between is everything in between. That's just so you don't get confused when you click the link expecting to see pirates and instead you see a bunch of fish wearing hats.

The Pirate's Life - Dead Men Tell No Tales

Today the black flag with skull-and-crossbones has been the A rare real pirate flag from the 19th century (Click for full image)stereotypical image of a pirate flag. However, real pirate flags were much more diverse in appearance and varied from individual pirate to pirate. Commonly known as the "Jolly Roger", the sight of the black flag hoisted on an approaching ship often caused enough fear in the targeted ship's crew that it was often reason enough for an immediate surrender to the pirates. Contrary to modern belief, the pirate's black flag generally only began widespread use in the late 1600's and early 1700's. Previous to this, pirates as a whole flew several different type of flags, ranging from standard national flags to solid colors (generally red or black.)

Pirate Image Archive

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If you're looking for pictures of pirates, maps, battles, ships, galleons, or treasure (buried and unburied), this is the place! Arrr!

Pirates of the Caribbean, in Fact and Fiction

# Preface:The Philosophy of the Pirates Page. # A Brief History of Pyracy # Differences Between Pirates, Privateer,etc. - Pirate Fonts

Search engine queries for the "Pirates of the Caribbean font" have lead many a font-seeker to this site. Unfortunately, it would appear that the logos for the films and theme park attractions use custom designed lettering rather than off-the-shelf fonts.

Captain Pugwash Interactive Storybook

Ahoy land Lubbers welcome aboard the Black Pig

Details on Pirates

history, details on piracy

Talk Like A Pirate Day - September 19

Welcome to the one and only, official, accept-no-substitutes Talk Like A Pirate Day Web site. You've read about it in Dave Barry's blog. Maybe you caught one of our radio or TV interviews. Or maybe you just stumbled on to our site while googling around for sites your mother probably wouldn't approve of. Perhaps you're one of the millions of people from South Africa to Australia, from New York to the Pacific Northwest, who party like pirates every September 19th

Chants de marins

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Hardi les gars, vire au guindeau Good bye, Farewell, good bye, farewell

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