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Manuel, from Coisas do arco da velha knows how to make a woman happy. He sent me chocolates! A whole gallery with images of vintage advertising prints of Candy Gum and Chocolate – yummy and cool. And that’s only one … Continue reading
The works of Koren Shadmi have something strangely beautiful, something disturbing. The artist, born in Israel published, his first graphic novel when he was 17, and it was followed by a book collecting his comics from youth magazines. He moved … Continue reading
Readymech has 22 free PDF models flatpack toys for you to print and build. They are designed to fit on an 8.5″x11″ page and printed with any printer. You’ll need double-sided tape, thick matte paper, and 10-15 minutes for build … Continue reading
The artist Tommy Kane started his career making illustrations for a newspaper. Now he works with diverse materials and supports. Among his works there are 3-D objects, print ads, commercials, paintings, illustrations, drawings and a great work of mixed media … Continue reading
The Art of John Alcorn: An overview of the artist’s work, as presented by the artist himself in a slide lecture given at the Puck Building in New York City in the Fall of 1991. More than 300 samples, many … Continue reading
Vintage Advertising Prints, Posters & Canvas Transfers. Tons of beautiful images about animals, theatre, opera, war, politics, fashion, literature, music, travel, movies, circus, bicycles and more themes. (via IWR)
A Nation of Shopkeepers – Trade Ephemera from 1654 to the 1860 in the John Johnson Collection. An interesting and beautiful collection of trade cards, bill headings and prints. Despite the wars in Europe, this period saw commercial expansion and … Continue reading
Ad*Access presents images and database information for over 7,000 advertisements printed in U.S. and Canadian newspapers and magazines between 1911 and 1955.
Turner Online is an excelent site of reference for the work of British artist Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775-1851). This section of the Tate Museum ha the biography, timeline, studies and reviews about his work and some more information about … Continue reading
The Woodblock Prints of Ando Hiroshige that produced illustrated books, views, scenes, works of historical subjects, nature prints and almost 1000 prints of places during Edo period.