Donald, Mickey, Annie, Daddy, Punjab & Sandy. Cartoon comic pinbacks collected by Mark Lansdown (and there are so many more)
I nearly tumbled over when I saw these illustrations today. Bunnies are my spirit animal, mountains are my spirit terrain, and everything else pictured are some of my favorite things—winter time, wool mittens, rainbows, teepees, vessels, cabbage, rivers, home. Under the pseudonym Tom Seidmann-Freud—often shortened to just “Tom”—Sigmund Freud’s eccentric niece Martha illustrated a series of [...]
What to wear on/over your head and on/over your shoulder. 1. Blanket by Evangelista Soza Likan Anta, 2004-2005 2. Huipil/shirt, culture-Mam Maya, Guatemala, c.1980 3. Hood, culture-Asháninka (Campa/Chuncha), Peru, 1925 4. Bag, culture-Tepehuán, Mexico, 1935 5. Burden basket with burden strap, culture-Makah, 1890s 6. Man’s hat, Wixarika (Huichol), Mexico, 1935 7. Necklace, makers- Xario Domingos [...]
Tumblrs, or tumbling from 1925, 1929 and 1935 at Washington State University. Above is Tumbling Team 1929—them girls are powerhouses in harlequin print bodysuits. Dang!
I took a nose dive into Yale’s newly opened digital image vault, the first Ivy league university to allow public access to their files. Lots of stuffs to peruse, from fine arts masterpieces to anthropological digs. 1. Gold cast object, jewelry, Early Classic Period 700-1000, JavaneseIndonesian 2. Textile remnant, 6th century AD, Egyptian Coptic 3. [...]
I love to see process drawings for textiles. Often they’re just as beautiful as the final product. Designs for Jacquard Wall Hangings and Fabrics, 1928-29. via Gunta Stölzl discovered via per termeritas