Artist Hinke Schreuders Alters 1950s Advertising and Fashion Photography with Hand Stitched Embroidery mixed media fashion embroidery

♒ Enchanting Embroidery ♒ Artist Hinke Schreuders Alters Advertising and Fashion Photography with Hand-Stitched Embroidery

Robert Mars- Robert Mars’ artwork shows a fascination with the Golden Age of American popular culture and celebrates the icons of the 1950’s and 60’s advertisement

Robert Mars- Robert Mars’ artwork shows a fascination with the Golden Age of American popular culture and celebrates the icons of the and advertisement

Mods with clean-cut fashions an bands or British bands influenced by them, such as the Small Faces and the Who: the three-button, 14” bottom, mohair suit, fishtail parkas, Fred Perry polos, Hush Puppies, a Vespa with 20 or ...

The 10 best British youth cultures

Pinky and Perky - I watched them avidly and even had their vinyl record!

'Pinky and Perky' British children's TV series created by two Czechoslovaks who settled in Yorkshire in Jan & Vlasta Dalibor.Pinky & Perky were twin boy pigs. Perky always wore a hat & they danced & mimed to the pop music of the day.

1958: Oxford Circus. | 31 Gorgeous Photos Of The London Underground In The '50s And '60s

Featuring rat catchers, "fluffers", and of course strikes. Have a look at our series from the earliest days here.

Frederick Wilfred - London Street Photography 1950s and 1960s

An Express Dairy milk float, Photo by Frederick James Wilfred, © Russell Wilfred / Museum of London

In the 1950's "the teddy boy" was a young man of a subculture characterized by a style of dress based on Edwardian fashion and a liking for rock and roll music.

The Brits had the Teddy Boys - Edwardian drape coats, brothel creepers, razors blades, and quiffs.

Law Professors Praising America’s 1950s culture ...laid out the script we all were supposed to follow.

Law Professors Praising America’s 1950s culture ...laid out the script we all were supposed to follow.

Christo and Jeanne-Claude wrapped 178 trees in Berower Park / Beyeler Foundation north-east of Basel between 13 November and 14 December 1998. To wrap the trees, the couple used 55,000 m2 of silver-grey shiny polyester fabric and 23 km of rope. A pattern had to be made for each individual tree and so the natural shape of the branches pushed the fabric outwards, creating individual shapes in the sky. The trees varied in height from 2 to 25 meters and in width from 1 to nearly 15 meters.

Christo and Jeanne-Claude wrapped 178 trees in Berower Park / Beyeler Foundation north-east of Basel between 13 November and 14 December 1998. To wrap the trees, the couple used 55,000 m2 of silver-grey shiny polyester fabric and 23 km of rope. A pattern had to be made for each individual tree and so the natural shape of the branches pushed the fabric outwards, creating individual shapes in the sky. The trees varied in height from 2 to 25 meters and in width from 1 to nearly 15 meters.

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