Raffael Dickreuter Humanizes Iron Man


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Photographer Raffael Dickreuter is based in Los Angeles, CA. His professional background is diverse in film visual effects, design, advertising and photography. While attending the Golden Globe awards a couple of months back, Raffael Dickreuter was fortunate enough to get a word in with Robert Downey Jr. Robert Downey Jr. and Marvel’s Tony Stark are very similar characters; when Dickreuter felt that Robert Downey Jr. was essentially untouchable to mere mortals, he decided to create the “Iron Man Grounded” project. What if Iron Man had to struggle like the rest of us? Wait in line for tickets, take the bus, fly economy class? Right around the time that Avengers: Age of Ultron was being released he spent time developing the less-glamorous scenes.

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