Original Art Deco Streamline Modern Bar with Matching Stools
Is J. Gatsby anywhere to be found? Offered today from my own private and personal "Speakeasy"! This is an original bar which found its way to Art Deco Collection from somewhere in Missouri. I would date it from the late 1930's very New York World's Fair. The exterior is enamel painted on metal or porcelain. Very, very unusual. I was told at the time of purchase, it was originally part of a lunch counter. We did a little work and built a custom made platform to elevate it to "bar"…
New Orleans Lakefront Airport 2 by Steve Harrington
Shushan Airport, now known as the New Orleans Lakefront Airport, was a celebrated terminus built in Art Deco style in 1938. Under the direction of Governor Huey P. Long stalwart Abe Shushan, the Orleans Levee Board built it at a cost of $3 million on a filled-in area of Lake Pontchartrain in New Orleans. It was the first combined land and seaplane terminal in the world.
Sold Price: JAN ET JOËL MARTEL (1896-1966) - June 4, 0111 12:00 AM CEST
JAN ET JOËL MARTEL (1896-1966) JOUEUR DE POLO, 1930, FONTE DE 2002 En bronze patiné noir, la terrasse rectangulaire Hauteur : 60,5 cm (23¾ in.) ; Longueur : 60 cm. (23 5/8 in.) ; Largeur : 11,5 cm. (4½ in.)Signé 'J J MARTEL' avec le cachet du fondeur 'SUSSE FONDEUR PARIS', daté '2002' et numéroté 'EA III/VI' sur la terrasse
Mark Worthington Confirmed as Star Trek All Access Production Designer, Tells TrekMovie “There’s nothing to talk about yet”
Mark Worthington confirmed to an audience at Eagle-Con LA last month that he is indeed the new Production Designer for CBS’s upcoming Star Trek television series. We caught up with him after his panel to talk Trek. Before he headed out to Toronto to begin work on CBS’s upcoming Star Trek television series, we caught up with Production Designer Mark Worthington at Eagle-Con at Cal State LA on May 14, a student-centered sci-fi/fantasy/comic convention where he was talking about his last job…