60 Inspiring Designs in the Style of Art Deco Travel Posters
Originally used to promote cabaret and tourist resorts by train, steamship and airline companies, travel posters from the 1920s have become iconic designs. The artwork depicted luxurious travel with strong and powerful imagery, which was influenced by the geometric shapes and bold colours of the Art Deco movement at the time. The style still inspires […]
The Niagara Hudson Building
Highlighted New Listing – June 25, 2010 Other name: Niagara Mohawk Building Syracuse, Onondaga County, NY detail of lobby mural The Niagara Hudson Building in Syracuse is an outstanding example of Art Deco architecture and a symbol of the Age of Electricity. Completed in 1932, the building became the headquarters for the nation’s largest electric utility company and expressed the technology of electricity through its modernistic design, material, and extraordinary program of exterior…
100 Vintage Travel Posters That Inspire to Travel The World
A compilation of 100 Vintage Travel Posters that will make you want to travel around the world. Includes where to buy these vintage travel posters and more.
Shapely Compositions by Graphic Designer Turned Typographical Illustrator Charles Williams
With an illustrative approach to typography and a typographical approach to illustration, Charles Williams, who works under the alias Made Up, is harder to pigeonhole than most. The illustrator, typographer, and designer has a unique portfolio of work that brings type and image so closely together i
Catherine Abel, 1966 | Art Déco painter
Australian artist, Catherine Abel is renowned internationally for her striking figurative oil paintings. Combining the sleek, stylised geometry of the Art Deco period with the clarity, richness of colour, and depth of light of the Italian Renaissance Masters, her works are powerfully seductive compositions of beauty, elegance, strength and grace.