Posts tagged vintage

It is an analysis of political messages directed at the general population in an election year. 
It is an attempt to share what politicians truly mean when they say something. 
It is a collection of political posters and audio/video installations.
It is a bunch of political messages. 
It is a bunch of crock.

http://abunchofcrock.com/ ]

"Every dogma has its day.." ~Anthony Burgess
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"Every dogma has its day.." ~Anthony Burgess

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LMAO!!

A pictorial-based feature in which I have spliced old box art with new games just for the sake of it (while still retaining each game’s modern logo and typography). In the grand scheme of things it’s a pretty simple concept to grasp. So without further pointless explanation, please continue to browse my just-about-serviceable Photoshop handiwork at your leisure… [via GamesRadar]

Emir Šehanović. Zumra 2
Muybridge’s Daisy with Rider, 1887
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HAPPY BIRTHDAY EADWEARD MUYBRIDGE!
Born 182 years ago today, Muybridge was an accomplished bookseller, inventor, and businessman. He began pursuing his interest in photography in San Francisco in 1867, and went on to pioneer new ways of documenting the nature of movement. Today, Muybridge is known as one of the most influential and innovative photographers of his time.
Featured here: Muybridge’s Daisy with Rider, 1887
(via SFMOMA)

Muybridge’s Daisy with Rider, 1887

sfmoma:

HAPPY BIRTHDAY EADWEARD MUYBRIDGE!

Born 182 years ago today, Muybridge was an accomplished bookseller, inventor, and businessman. He began pursuing his interest in photography in San Francisco in 1867, and went on to pioneer new ways of documenting the nature of movement. Today, Muybridge is known as one of the most influential and innovative photographers of his time.

Featured here: Muybridge’s Daisy with Rider1887

(via SFMOMA)

Jayne Surrena. Primal, 2012.

Jayne SurrenaPrimal, 2012.

Japanese Graphic Design in the 1920’s and 30’s

"In the 1920s and 1930s, Japan embraced new forms of graphic design as waves of social change swept across the nation. This collection of 50 posters, magazine covers and advertisements offer a glimpse at some of the prevailing tendencies in a society transformed by the growth of modern industry and technology, the popularity of Western art and culture, and the emergence of leftist political thought..” [via PinkTentacle]


100 Years Later: a Snapshot of Life on the Titanic

Titanic photographs by father Francis Browne..