Art deco 1920s
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Art Deco is a distinctive art style that has influenced many design disciplines, from architecture to visual arts. It’s characterised by cubist style geometric shapes and patterns, combined with a sense of luxury and glamour. In today’s showcase I present 30 brilliant examples of how the art deco movement still inspires designers and artists. See […]
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Set of illustrations studying the art deco era and stylistics.
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Mistinguett (5 April 1875 - 5 January 1956) was a French actress and singer, whose birth name was Jeanne Bourgeois. Charles Gesmar (pronounced "Gesmar") French Poster Artist and Costume Designer Born: May 21, 1900 Died: February 27, 1928 Charles Geismar, simply known as Gesmar, was one of the greatest designers of costumes and posters during the golden age of the Paris music hall and was primarily renowned for his work for the great Parisian star Mistinguett. Although his tenure was short…
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Graphic Design, Art Deco, Print, Invitation cover for a 1920s themed, black tie fundraising event.
UM ESPAÇO PARA POESIA, MÚSICA, DANÇA E SONHOS ...PERFUMADOS.
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Hollywood Art Deco style: Movie set designs from the mid 1920s and throughout the 1930s were modern, sleek and glamorous.
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Brazil’s Para Todos magazine, under the direction of José Carlos, epitomise the 1920s.
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