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AMUSEMENT PARK CARNIVAL-FESTIVAL ART, Carousel Horses etc. Jean-Paul Favand. In the private museum Les Pavillions de Vercy. From Obsessions Collectors & their Passions by Stephen Calloway with Katherine Sorrell. Photos by Deidi von Schaewen. 2004. (please follow minkshmink on pinterest)

AMUSEMENT PARK CARNIVAL-FESTIVAL ART, Carousel Horses etc. Jean-Paul Favand. In the private museum Les Pavillions de Vercy. From Obsessions Collectors & their Passions by Stephen Calloway with Katherine Sorrell. Photos by Deidi von Schaewen. 2004. (please follow minkshmink on pinterest)

vintage everyday: Disturbingly Odd People from the Past

Inexpensive Halloween prop that gives u Big Bang for little money. Swap out picture frame photos around the house. I find creepy old photos and insert them in front of reg. After Halloween remove the eerie photo quick easy cheap.

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Circus Caravans C. Have found a handful of black & white photographs of these circus caravans that are remarkable!

Tea for two, hahaha!  i once knew a lady who could do that with her arse

Is this why it's called cup size? (failed trends) Woman with Cups and Saucers - Coffee, tea and her.My tea cups bring all the boys to the yard

Children of Circus performers. The children who were present in the Circus were always the joy of everyone. It was a time when you could forget about the hard work for a brief time and focus on the innocence of the children. Many of them had aspirations of being performers and would boast of their abilities both real and in fantasy.I thanks them for all the countless times their personalities lifted me up from the depths and gave me strength to go on.

Circus children with elephant. Vintage photo and a reminder Elephants don't belong there

Paul Toupet, French plastic artist, focuses his artwork on human representations. Using mainly wax, papier mache and fabric, Toupet makes all sorts of human sized puppets inspired by animals, African and religious arts.

Paul Toupet, French plastic artist, focuses his artwork on human representations. Using mainly wax, papier mache and fabric, Toupet makes all sorts of human sized puppets inspired by animals, African and religious arts.

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