Monday, August 6, 2012

i spy: july!

A look at the beautiful and inspiring things that caught my eye on the internets last month.  Enjoy!


1. painted barkcloth background for Diaghliev's The Firebird ballet, painted by Natalia Goncharove, ca. 1926 / V&A
2. Forget me not sentiment card / American Antiquarian Society
3. The merlin by John Faed, 1888 / Bonhams
4. The Kitten Who Thought He Was a Mouse, Garth Williams, 1954 / Dark Silence in Suburbia
5. Julie Andrews / She's Like a Rainbow






1. Found by Kyle B. Jorgensen / kylebenjaminjorgensen.com
2. Germaine Krull, Bal musette, Paris, France, 1928 / The Mafu Cage
3. Coco Chanel, ca. 1929 / Styleist
4. The hedgehog seen from several views from Albertus Seba’s 1734 natural history, Locupletissimi rerum naturalium thesauri accurata descriptio / Linda Hall Library
5. Peebles, Scotland / daylong

xo
k

3 comments:

  1. Garth Williams was a genius.

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  2. I love how this month's title rhymes! :)
    I also love the girl's sassiness in the Germaine Krull photo.

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  3. You always find the most interesting things. Garth Williams's illustrations were such a prominent part of my childhood; I devoured the Little House books and I loved prairie dogs, so Amigo was a firm favorite.

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