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Vintage illustrated Tupperware party invitation card. Don't you just love this! my.tupperware.com/hoop2004.

Vintage illustrated Tupperware party invitation card. Don't you just love this! my.tupperware.com/hoop2004.

80s Design,Toys Online,Knots,Kawaii,Stickers

昭和な少女漫画プリント。Japanese girls' manga illustration print circa 60's~70's.

昭和な少女漫画プリント。Japanese girls' manga illustration print circa 60's~70's.

adelphe: Gentlemen Prefer Blondes by Anita Loos with illustrations by Ralph Barton, 1926

adelphe: Gentlemen Prefer Blondes by Anita Loos with illustrations by Ralph Barton, 1926

Help! #22 "Harlem Sketchbook" Illustration Original Art (Warren Publishing, 1965). Robert Crumb's first real breakthrough came in the pages of Help!, the humor magazine edited by Harvey Kurtzman, Crumb's hero form the MAD & Humbug days. After printing a Fritz the Cat submission, Kurtzman had Crumb come to New York in 1964, and his first assignment there was the "Harlem Sketchbook." Here's a panel from that piece, showing a city social worker discussing birth control to a group of Harlem…

Help! #22 "Harlem Sketchbook" Illustration Original Art (Warren Publishing, 1965). Robert Crumb's first real breakthrough came in the pages of Help!, the humor magazine edited by Harvey Kurtzman, Crumb's hero form the MAD & Humbug days. After printing a Fritz the Cat submission, Kurtzman had Crumb come to New York in 1964, and his first assignment there was the "Harlem Sketchbook." Here's a panel from that piece, showing a city social worker discussing birth control to a group of Harlem…

Yoko Honda's 80's-Inspired Artwork: Yoko-Honda_04.jpg

Yoko Honda's 80's-Inspired Artwork

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