cinoh:

Textile. Designed by Thomas Lamb. United States, 1920s. Rayon. Museum purchase through gift of Mrs. William Goulding, 2003-7-2

- See more at: http://www.cooperhewitt.org/object-of-the-day/2014/04/11/untraditional-art-deco#sthash.zEqqvvXS.dpuf

cinoh:

Textile. Designed by Thomas Lamb. United States, 1920s. Rayon. Museum purchase through gift of Mrs. William Goulding, 2003-7-2

- See more at: http://www.cooperhewitt.org/object-of-the-day/2014/04/11/untraditional-art-deco#sthash.zEqqvvXS.dpuf

pamelalovenyc:

Opal, always a colorful inspiration

pamelalovenyc:

Opal, always a colorful inspiration


Map of Paris (1937)

Map of Paris (1937)

(Source: gnossienne, via thatkindofwoman)

formfollowsfunctionjournal:

The Old Reliable 




loverofbeauty

formfollowsfunctionjournal:

The Old Reliable

loverofbeauty

wolfenstain:

Worker on Westertoren, Amsterdam, 1952.

wolfenstain:

Worker on Westertoren, Amsterdam, 1952.

(Source: cinoh)

cinoh:

Daigo Ishii & Future-scape Architects

cinoh:

Daigo Ishii & Future-scape Architects

joshuawoods:

Paul Smith FW 2014
Paris Fashion Week

joshuawoods:

Paul Smith FW 2014

Paris Fashion Week

(via hectograph)

(Source: h-e-y18, via el-espiritu-del-79)

jtotheizzoe:

beatonna:

There’s something wonderful about Marvin Bileck’s minimal illustrations for All About the Stars.  

Something wonderful? EVERYTHING wonderful.

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