From the Charles Anderson Design Co. archives

From the Charles Anderson Design Co. archives

dulltooldimbulb:

Ebony Bombshell Dynamic Diana  “…a gorgeous, voluptious negress.  Her exotic photos seem to come to life as you gaze at her shapely bronze torso.  Her abundant curves seem to swell under the spell of Jungle Witch Craft.  She’ll make your heart beat like a canibal (sic) tom-tom”
COMING UP ON VINTAGE SLEAZE THE DAILY ART BLOG
(See also Secret History of the Black Pin Up Book by Jim Linderman, available in paperback OR as iPad download HERE)

dulltooldimbulb:

Ebony Bombshell Dynamic Diana  “…a gorgeous, voluptious negress.  Her exotic photos seem to come to life as you gaze at her shapely bronze torso.  Her abundant curves seem to swell under the spell of Jungle Witch Craft.  She’ll make your heart beat like a canibal (sic) tom-tom”

COMING UP ON VINTAGE SLEAZE THE DAILY ART BLOG

(See also Secret History of the Black Pin Up Book by Jim Linderman, available in paperback OR as iPad download HERE)

vintagegal:

How to Make Love by Hugh Morris 1936

vintagegal:

How to Make Love by Hugh Morris 1936

burnedshoes:

© Elliott Erwitt, 1961, Sequentially Yours, Brasilia / Brazil

Elliott Erwitt generally likes to let his pictures do the talking. “I’m very bad about talking about things,” he tells with a smile, during a recent sit-down to look through his latest book, Sequentially Yours, published this month. The book playfully presents a series of unscripted vignettes that bear the personal hallmark and humor of his classic images and movies, but with an original twist— rather than single shots, the photos are shown as sequences. The result is somewhere between single exposures and films, and the stories play out like silent movies—touching, funny, sad, irreverent and full of surprise.

Erwitt uses his film sparingly; he’s the first to acknowledge that he does not take as many frames as most photographers when he shoots. “The process is sometimes more interesting than the finished picture,” he says. And it’s that thought that served as the impetus for Sequentially Yours. Looking through his archive, Erwitt decided it made more sense to show sequenced images— as opposed to a single shot a la Henri Cartier-Bresson’s “Decisive Moment.”  (read more)

Be afraid… Be VERY afraid 

Be afraid… Be VERY afraid 

portadaz:

el dia del robot on Flickr.
for a little girl with big ideas

for a little girl with big ideas

retrogoddess:

Desire Me

retrogoddess:

Desire Me

retrogoddess:


Robert Maguire

retrogoddess:

Robert Maguire

a-rebel-without-applause:

Bukowski