vendredi 26 août 2011

Mille Et Un Camions by W. Dugan, 1967.

Despite my research, I didn't find much about William Dugan...
If you have some informations about him please let me know :)
In the meantime, I hope you enjoy these beautiful pictures !

Some Nice Record Covers !!! :)

Illustrated by Ilse Rotter

Illustrated by Marcel Tillard

Illustrated by Jean Cayré

Some nice record covers found recently :)

samedi 20 août 2011

Pistache et Dame Tartine by Noëlle Lavaivre, 1959 !

Noëlle Lavaivre was born in 1930 in Chamonix in France and works in Paris.
She still works as a designer in advertising and audio-visual and has made numerous generic animation for the television as well as a puppet tv show called "Les Patapluches".
She's an author and an illustrator of children books and crafts books.

This book is beautiful, i think it's one of the most crazy book that i've ever seen !
I like the choice of colors but what fascinates me most is the mix between drawings and food pictures... It works perfectly ! What an imagination !!! 

dimanche 14 août 2011

1956 Scandale TV Spot !!!

In the post below, I showed you an old advertising "Scandale". 
"Scandale" was an underwear brand particularly known in the early 50s in France. 
 In researching, i found a TV spot from 1956.
Enjoy :)

samedi 13 août 2011

Vintage French Advertising !!! :)

On Sale Soon in my Shop :)
I really would like to know... What's your favorite ? 
Please contact me for more informations :)
It was necessary to scan it in 2 times, because those advertisings are biggest than the scanner... :D

samedi 6 août 2011

La Ronde Des Nombres !!! Atypical Math Textbook !!! Collectible !!!

J U S T    A M A Z I N G !!!! 

La Ronde Des Nombres is a collectible Vintage Math Textbook written by René & Suzanne Brandicourt ( a couple of teachers) and was illustrated by M.T Aberdam.

P U R C H A S E      T H I S      B O O K :

Mon Premier Livre De Chansons, illustrated by Hélène Poirié.

I really like this children song book by Hélène Poirié. At times, it reminds me J-P Miller because of her palette color ( In particular on the second picture).
What do you think ? :)

Purchase this book here :