Tag Archives: American

International Women’s Day: 2007

I would like to congratulate all the women for our International Women’s Day. I won’t write any manifesto or any protest about the injuries that we are still suffering, all the prejudice and violence that keep happening against us. I … Continue reading

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America in Caricature 1765 – 1865

Political Cartoons of the Lilly Library: America in Caricature 1765 – 1865. The caricatures depict times of turbulence in American history and range in date from the Revolutionary War to the War of 1812 and to the presidential elections of … Continue reading

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The Top 10 Creepiest Fast Food Mascots

I’m not a fan of fast food. My weakness, and it’s not really a real one, are French fries, that is what makes me go to Mac Donald’s four times per year. It’s just a question of taste (or the … Continue reading

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Bound for Glory

The Guardian Unlimited Do not adjust your screen talks about the excellent exhibition Bound for Glory: America in Color, 1939-1943 from Library of Congress. Bound for Glory: America in Color is the first major exhibition of the little known color … Continue reading

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Wednesday Pin-up Blogging

Don’t worry, there isn’t a blogging meme to post pin-up links on Wednesdays. It’s just an excuse that I created to post more links, because there are always more pin-up links: Great American Pinup the site of this New York … Continue reading

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The Nineteenth-Century American Trade Card

Trade Card Exhibit – A New and Wonderful Invention: The Nineteenth-Century American Trade Card An amusing exhibition. Don’t forget to make a search with “trade card”. Related posts: The Trade Card Place, Famous Person Caricatures and Scientist Cards.

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A.B.C. des Comics

A.B.C. des Comics adaptés à l’écran. A good French site of comics adaptations to the cinema. The are some good examples, but I think that almost all about American comics and I missed some mention to Fantômas. Don’t forget to … Continue reading

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American Art Archives

American Art Archives, Illustration Art. It’s a great site with some works of American artists and their biographies. I suggest to you start on Artists and Artwork page and after a nice travel through the beautiful images don’t forget to … Continue reading

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TIME magazine covers

TIME Magazine covers archive since 1923. Search by year, cover or go to your birthday cover – this is mine, but I didn’t like the cover. BTW, the design of the cover changed for the first time in 1927 when … Continue reading

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AFI 100 years Top 100 Movie Quotes

Frankly, my dear, I don’t give a damn – Gone With the Wind, 1939. That is the number one on AFI 100 Movie Quotes. The list has many great quotes and it’s very difficult say what is the best, but … Continue reading

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