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Antique Advertising: Chocolate 1902 | The Muscleheaded Blog

Antique Advertising: Chocolate 1902

Toulouse-Lautrec... charming poster, but my dears, do beware of the absinthe...

Toulouse-Lautrec... charming poster, but my dears, do beware of the absinthe...

Absinthe USA - Legal Now, But Is It Real Absinthe? |via`tko Ms Jekyll

Absinthe USA - Legal Now, But Is It Real Absinthe? |via`tko Ms Jekyll

Folies Bergere, dance, music, theatre, performers, cabaret, Josephine Baker, Paris,

Folies Bergere, dance, music, theatre, performers, cabaret, Josephine Baker, Paris,

great vintage label for halloween vampires and bohemians favourite tipple Absinthe Label & Print - Adam Hill / Velcrosuit - Graphic Design & Illustration

Personally I rather have my palm read or have a tarot reading but I'll give this a shot...

Personally I rather have my palm read or have a tarot reading but I'll give this a shot...

Alfons Maria Mucha(24 July 1860 – 14 July 1939), often known in English and French as Alphonse Mucha, was a Czech Art Nouveau painter and decorative artist - Lily

Alfons Maria Mucha(24 July 1860 – 14 July 1939), often known in English and French as Alphonse Mucha, was a Czech Art Nouveau painter and decorative artist - Lily

Albert Pierre René Maignan, The Green Muse (La muse verte) 1895. The Green Fairy is the English translation of La Fee Verte, the affectionate French nickname given to the celebrated absinthe drink in the nineteenth century. The nickname stuck, and over a century later, "absinthe" and "Green Fairy" continue to be used interchangeably by devotees of the potent green alcohol. Absinthe earned other nicknames, too: poets and artists were inspired by the "Green Muse".

Albert Pierre René Maignan, The Green Muse (La muse verte) 1895. The Green Fairy is the English translation of La Fee Verte, the affectionate French nickname given to the celebrated absinthe drink in the nineteenth century. The nickname stuck, and over a century later, "absinthe" and "Green Fairy" continue to be used interchangeably by devotees of the potent green alcohol. Absinthe earned other nicknames, too: poets and artists were inspired by the "Green Muse".

20th-century-man:  L’Illustration magazine; cover art by Alphonse Mucha; December 1896.

20th-century-man: L’Illustration magazine; cover art by Alphonse Mucha; December 1896.

Absinthe Robette Vintage Food Drink Alcohol Prints par OMGsoRETRO

Absinthe Robette Vintage Food Drink Alcohol Prints par OMGsoRETRO