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swirlbooksandmusic:

From Boomkat’s Something Special Newsletter, via ISO50, follow the link for more beautiful photographs like this one.

swirlbooksandmusic:

From Boomkat’s Something Special Newsletter, via ISO50, follow the link for more beautiful photographs like this one.

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cartoonmodern:

Unidentified characters from a commercial produced by Ray Patin Productions (ca. 1950s)
designer: unknown

cartoonmodern:

Unidentified characters from a commercial produced by Ray Patin Productions (ca. 1950s)

designer: unknown


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Alan Fletcher, various.

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Jem Cohen. Fruit Stands. Brooklyn. 2012.

Jem Cohen. Fruit Stands. Brooklyn. 2012.

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midcenturymodernfreak:

Vintage Getaway | Anyone know where this is? So perfect. - Via

midcenturymodernfreak:

Vintage Getaway | Anyone know where this is? So perfect. - Via

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rogerwilkerson:

Virtual Old Fashioned - Happy Friday Folks!

rogerwilkerson:

Virtual Old Fashioned - Happy Friday Folks!

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newyorker:

This year, Roald Dahl’s “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” marks its fiftieth anniversary. Read a Q. & A. with the book’s original illustrator: http://nyr.kr/NeotPx

newyorker:

This year, Roald Dahl’s “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” marks its fiftieth anniversary. Read a Q. & A. with the book’s original illustrator: http://nyr.kr/NeotPx

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sfmoma:

Photography #SubmissionFriday:
freedmanben:

Ben Freedman,
Summer 2013

sfmoma:

Photography #SubmissionFriday:

freedmanben:

Ben Freedman,

Summer 2013

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midcenturymodernfreak:

Mid-century Whimsy

Legendary Walt Disney artist/Imagineer Rolly Crump’s whimsical Tower of the Four Winds designed for the “It’s A Small World” attraction at the New York World’s Fair, July 1964.

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I’d never before seen the last of the photos above. These are Rolly Crump’s kinetic sculptures that I’d previously posted about.

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