Another cool print I have: this is a reprint lithograph of “The Flapper” by Leyendecker for Life Magazine 1922, the lithograph was printed in 1934, a vintage 18x24 print of a vintage magazine, one of my favorites and is the center piece of my entomology collection at my home. #vintageart #vintagelithograph #vintagemagazine #lifemagazine #theflapper
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🇧🇷 DJALMA SANTOS
Original Issue of Brazilian magazine Gazeta Esportiva Ilustrada from April 1954, featuring Djalma Santos in the cover.
I included a few local ads and additional player pages to enhance the experience of looking back in time...
Brazil was preparing for the 1954 World Cup🇨🇭in Switzerland, where it would be sporting their new yellow jerseys!
In the second round, the Hungarian Puskás 🇭🇺 proved to be too much for a good Brazilian squad and sent them home. They would eventually stumble upon West Germany in the finals 🇩🇪🏆 that was 1954!
I have a thing for color named and arranged. Paint color fan decks, sample cards... this ad from #1973 #housebeautiful
for Tru-Test paint.👌🏼
Can not resist a magazine, love my mags new and old. How fab is this cutie
Show December 1963. ‘The Big Christmas Package’ which bizarrely included the theme ‘Is Beauty Doomed?’ It isn’t. The traditional idea of beauty was rapidly changing in the early ‘60s and as the editorial adds ‘the speed-up of progress and industry’s designing for obsolescence have accelerated the cycle.’ Great cover photographed by Hiro. Publisher: Frank Gibney. Managing editor: Marvin Barrett. Associate editor: Helen Lawrenson. Art director: Henry Wolf. Assistant art director: Richard Nava. Swipe for a ‘scrapbook of some eye-catchers and pacesetters from the past 50 years’ ending with Warhol’s soup can. The opening spread on the changing American city by esteemed art and architecture critic Wolf Von Eckardt and photographed by the equally esteemed Saul Leiter. Plus examples of beauty in the new advances of technology in a piece written by Aldous Huxley: the spreads show ‘beauty in the lab’ and ‘beauty in space flight’ ( details in both captions). Also, extracts from a piece about ‘The Great Craftsmen’ with text and photographs by Henry Wolf. They include Enzo Ferrari, Patek Philippe, Fortuny, master engraver Louis Vrancken and monks at the Carthusian Monastery making Chartreuse, the recipe for which ‘is still a guarded secret’. Finally, the last installment of John Le Carr’s novel ‘The Spy Who Came In From The Cold’ with an illustration by Paul Davis. I couldn’t resist including a car ad. #photography #coverart #coverdesign #henrywolf #graphicdesign #vintagemagazine #hirowakabayashi #ferrarienzo @ferrari @patekphilippe #patekphilippe @fortunyvenezia #saulleiter #aldoushuxley @chartreuse_uk #johnlecarre @pauldavis1938
Submissions close for the August issue later today! We shall be aiming for a release date of the 20th - CANNOT wait to show you all the awesomeness we have in the August drop!!! To tide you over here is Molly Dow by Shannon Brooke Imagery with MUAH by Cherry Dollface from our fabulous July issue! Available in print or digital download here - www.myboudoir.co.uk/bombshell
#pinupmagazine #retromagazine #vintagemagazine #fetishmagazine #pinupmodel
Colonial Homes magazines from the 90’s (Includes the 20th anniversary issue, Oct. 1995) —- 9 total (3 not pictured) All for $5 + SH —- To claim comment “me” & dm me your PayPal email address & zip code plus a picture of this item #gfoeavailable #isnmemberitem #isn10spot #vp_5dollarsandunder
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This is probably one of the longest articles I’ve seen so far. I couldn’t possibly post the whole thing so I will do my best to summarize. This article interviews college students in 1968 on their opinions on a wide variety of topics such as the draft, marijuana, and premarital sex. While college students are free now to come and go as they please, this was not always the case. Here they speak of colleges around america lifting the strict rules on women always having to check in and have curfews. Premarital sex was becoming more normalized. Drugs were also becoming more common place, here the students say smoking marijuana is now common and once was not. Lastly, the article speaks much about the draft and how many opposed it. Also, poor men and men of color were being drafted significantly more often than white men with money/education. Many college men were frustrated by those who went to school in the 30’s, who said that the young folks complaining about the draft were unpatriotic. One man said he feared that in 20 years he too would be older and set in his ways. Would honestly love an update on these people and what they think of this now, it was so interesting.
Just about to this this unusual little stitch craft magazine special men’s book.