Lenci | Lenci Dolls — woah. discovered via Fashion Forestry
Clothing Dolls, Felt Dolls, Dolls Dolls, Dolls Lenc, Dollslenc, Fantastic Dolls, Lenci Dolls Mara, Dolls Image, Art Dolls
Anna Neibel, 1920 S, Vintage Swimsuits, Historical Photos, Beach House, Bath Beach, Beautiful Queens, Bath Beautiful, 1920S
Viola Swinnerton & Anna Neibel, bathing beauty winners, 1922
vintage swimsuits -
Two delightfully attired 1920s beauty queens (identified as Lola Swinnerton and Anna Neibel)
Iola and Anna: 1922 | Shorpy Historical Photo Archive
Swimwear flappers for our beach house
Lola Swinnerton and Anna Neibel, winners of a beauty contest at Washington D.C.’s Tidal Bathing Beach - 1922. Awesome!
Azaridepero Futuristalibro, Depero Futuristalibromacchina, Futuristic Typography, Graphics Design, 1927, Art Collection, Cary Graphics, Book Design, Fortunato Depero
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Depero Futurista, 1927 | Cary Graphic Arts Collection http://library.rit.edu/cary/depero-futurista
Futurist book design and typography
futurism graphic design - Depero futurista
Fortunato Depero's book Depero Futurista, 1927.
Basketry, Makah 1890S Burden Baskets, Basketcase, Cestos, Cesteria, Burden Straps, Woven, Art Form, Artpropel
Makah -1890s Burden basket with burden strap
Makah-1890s-Burden-basket-with-burden-strap...handiwork and an art form that points to a distant past.
artpropelled: Burden basket
Red And White, Credit Cookies, Stitches Samples, Modern Stitches, 488501Jpg 445669, Art Data, Image Credit, No 63 Red, No63 Red
Constance Howard ?, red and white illustrative sampler
Reptilian Fabric Desciption: Patented textile pattern by Christopher Dresser, one of Victorian Britain's leading industrial designers. This design was intended for dress fabric for the African market. Date: August 1887 Our Catalogue Reference: EXT 9/104 (79119) This image is from the collections of The National Archives.
Victorian Era snake pattern by Christopher Dresser.
National Archives, Reptilian Fabrics, Britain Lead, Christopher Dressers, Industrial Design, African Marketing, Dresses Fabrics, Textiles Pattern, Victorian Britain
Reptilian Fabric (The National Archives UK) Desciption: Patented textile pattern by Christopher Dresser, one of Victorian Britain's leading industrial designers. This design was intended for dress fabric for the African market.
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Stella Mccartney, Ethnic, Pattern, Clothing, Ikat Prints, Ikat Fabrics, Textiles, Fashion Trends, Coats
traditional ikat fabric (anatolia). my love of turkish textiles strengthens.
A little inspiration for the ikat fashion trend... #style
...Or in these astonishing tops? (The Cleveland Museum of Art recently had an exhibit of ikat fabrics, and it included several incredible coats like this.)
1930s Barron & Larcher.
African Textiles, Dorothy Larcher, Handblockprint Textiles, Frames Fabrics, Textiles Design, Visual Art, Phyllis Barron, Art School, Textiles Prints
Pioneers and their practice - Visual Arts Data Service: the online resource for visual arts
Barron and Larcher textile design.
Phyllis Barron (1890-1964) and Dorothy Larcher (1882-1952) were born in London and attended art school; Barron studied at the Slade School of Fine Art and Larcher at Hornsey School of Art. They became interested in textile printing independently, Barron in France when a student (she experimented in her studio from c.1915) and Larcher in India where she saw blockprinters at work.
tallulah bankhead, feathered by carbonated, via Flickr
Hats, Inspiration, Tallulah Bankhead, Vintage, Gloriaswanson, Feathers Headdress, 1920S, Flappers, Gloria Swanson
Talullah Bankhead in flapper costume, 1920s #vintage
Tallulah Bankhead wearing a white feather headdress for the 1920's stage production of The Dancers.
Flappers & Indians. Always my inspiration
"Hats Headwear" The Era – 90 DISTRICT #1920s #roaring20s #vintage
gloria swanson headwrap profile by carbonated, via Flickr
Fashion, Silent Film, Tallulah Bankhead, Style, Vintage, Gloriaswanson, Beautiful, 1920S, Gloria Swanson
Gloria Swanson looking lovely as the epitome of silent film beauty.
STUNNING GLORIA SWANSON 1920s Starlet Vintage Photo Pin Up Pinup Flapper Photograph Home Decor Wall Art Photography Vintage Hollywood 5x7
Gloria Swanson in “Don’t Change Your Husband” (1919). #vintage #Edwardian #actresses #fashion
Love 1920s style, Gloria Swanson
Sonia Delaunay, Inspiration, Pattern, Vintage Prints, Art, Textiles Design, Textile Design, Fabrics Design, Design Museums
Sonia Delaunay: Textile design no. 253, c. 1928-30; gouache, ink, and pencil on paper #textiles #pattern
Cubism in fashion (?) Pattern Inspiration: Sonia Delaunay and Fashion | Smithsonian Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum in New York
Sonia Delaunay fabric design. So technically, this is the only way I know how to design repeat patterns for textile printing. Holy moly it's fussy. Gonna teach myself photoshop one day soon.
Sonia Delaunay, Design 253 (detail), 1928-30, in “Color Moves: The Art and Fashion of Sonia Delaunay,” 2011, at the Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum #pattern #Sonia #Delaunay
Sonia Delaunay -modern feel to vintage print.
Ss Angora, Things Fuzzy, Angora Rabbit, Angora Wool, Nazi Rabbit, Concentration Camps, English Angora, Aminals, Rabbit Wool
SS ANGORA :
Album with approximately 150 mounted photoprints, maps, charts, and hand-lettered text, documenting the angora rabbit wool raising projects operated by the Nazi SS corps at each of the concentration camps throughout German occupied territory where the corps was in charge. Images show the rabbits, their hutches, feeding, and shearing. It also documents the preparation of their angora wool, as well as other scenes.
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