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why-i-love-comics:

Batman #93 - “Batman, Baby-Sitter!”

written by Bill Fingerart by Dick Sprang & Charles Paris

why-i-love-comics:

Batman #93 - “Batman, Baby-Sitter!”

written by Bill Finger
art by Dick Sprang & Charles Paris

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sasaq:

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"I’m not super comfortable in my skin. I have to make it work for me, and that usually amounts to making it uncomfortable for everyone else."

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bublog:

BUB peers into the future, and it looks VERY impressive.

bublog:

BUB peers into the future, and it looks VERY impressive.

photoaventures:

Wallace Berman Undated

photoaventures:

Wallace Berman Undated

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ronas:

saturdayRonaldo Miranda

alexander-burton:

Here are some phone pics of my sleeping arrangement for the past few days (living outdoors is the best)

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archimaps:

Inside the First Class Dining Room of the Normanide

archimaps:

Inside the First Class Dining Room of the Normanide

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decoarchitecture:

Recently a new book came out on Hildreth Meière, the artist behind such familiar NYC architectural ornaments and murals as this medallion on the front of Radio City Music Hall (photo: NY Times). Since The Art Deco Murals of Hildreth Meière was published, several articles have appeared. Below are handy links:
"If These Walls Could Speak, They’d Say Her Name" (NY Times)
"Art Deco New York" (NY Times slide show)
"The Best Art Deco Designer Who Almost No One Remembers" (The Atlantic)
"New book highlights work of female Art Deco muralist" (AP)
And before you ask, no, I hadn’t heard of her either, although surely there are those of you who follow this blog who have.
Additional links:
Wikipedia: Hildreth Meière
Hildreth Meiere Official Website
Goodreads: The Art Deco Murals of Hildreth Meiere 
Self-portrait, 1943
The book is on my wish list now.
Wendy

decoarchitecture:

Recently a new book came out on Hildreth Meière, the artist behind such familiar NYC architectural ornaments and murals as this medallion on the front of Radio City Music Hall (photo: NY Times). Since The Art Deco Murals of Hildreth Meière was published, several articles have appeared. Below are handy links:

And before you ask, no, I hadn’t heard of her either, although surely there are those of you who follow this blog who have.

Additional links:

The book is on my wish list now.

Wendy

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