EuropeIsNotDead is also on Facebook and Twitter. You can also find me on LinkedIn, I upload my gifs on Giphy, I am secretly hidden on YouTube and I would love to have more time to dedicate to Instagram and Reddit. This section features some of the visuals created especially for social media – but not all, so for a complete picture of all EuropeIsNotDead activities, be sure to follow and like!
I am European
Pinocchio, Gandalf, Harry Potter, Mary Poppins, Merlin, Asterix, Rayman, Angry Birds, the Minions and the Raving Rabbids…. not to mention Lego and Playmobil … Europe is the home of the world’s favourite wizards, toys, cartoons and video game characters.
They cause laughter, discovery, and adventure. And, don’t forget, they’re all European. Our original Twitter series ‘I am European‘ celebrates European creativity in entertainment!
Victor Hugo, Stefan Zweig, Jules Romains, José Ortega y Gasset… Many European writers were also committed Europeans.
In the Twitter series “They said…” we selected for you some of their most inspiring quotes about Europe.
What if Brussels’ Manneken Pis sat on the rock of the little mermaid in Copenhagen? What if the Brandenburg Gate was on the Avenue des Champs-Élysées? What if the Sagrada Familia was on the Acropolis?
Using our imagination and just a touch of Photoshop, webrought you the Twitter series, ‘What if?‘
Ingmar Bergman & Kabi Laretei, Jane Birkin & Serge Gainsbourg, Alain Delon & Romy Schneider, Monica Bellucci & Vincent Cassel, Pablo Picasso & Jacqueline Roque, Sigmund Freud & Martha Bernays, and Serge & Beate Klarsfeld… They were couples for many years. They knew what Europe meant to them.
Inspired by the communication campaign for the brand The Kooples, our original Twitter series
#TheKeuples celebrates these incarnations of “love without borders”. On the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome, it’s about time we celebrated the transnational couples who served their romance à l’européenne.