Preserved Moments of Historical Sass (Vol.2)
The first post seems to have tickled your fancy, so over the past month I've been collecting photos on the internet, as well as submissions from readers who rifled through their attics to help me compile more preserved moments of historical sass! Found in Good Housekeeping, June 1952
Hare of the Dog Art Print by Will Bullas at eu.art.com
Hare of the Dog Art Print by Will Bullas. Find art you love and shop high-quality art prints, photographs, framed artworks and posters at eu.art.com. 100% satisfaction guaranteed.
Woman Chugs Entire Bottle of Cognac at Airport Security
No one likes dealing with airport security and their sometimes seemingly random rules. Particularly, the no liquids rule. You can either attempt to pa...
Jack Vettriano, 1951 | Love Story
Jack Vettriano, OBE is a Scottish painter. His 1992 painting, The Singing Butler, became a best-selling image in Britain. For biographical notes -in english and italian- and other works by Vettriano see: Jack Vettriano, 1951 | Realist / Figurative / Genre painter ➦
Chicago Craft Beer Events, January 26-29
Monday, January 26 6:30 pm ♦ Scorched Earth Brewing Magic Dinner at Tokio Pub Tokio Pub, 1900 E. Higgins Rd., Schaumburg, IL (847) 278-5181 Tokio Pub continues its monthly tradition of hosting a unique, casual, and ever-so-satisfying beer dinner by partnering with the Illinois based Scorched Earth Brewing Co. for an unforgettable, magical evening. Chef... Read more »
Florio E Cinzano by Leonetto Cappiello
Florio E Cinzano by Leonetto Cappiello: This Florio E Cinzano Fine Art Print and related works can be found at FulcrumGallery.com.
Cowboy Greeting Card - Wiedemann Beer Advert Repro - Vintage Style
This modern greeting card shows a cowboy with a can of Wiedemanns beer in his hand, and a pensive look on his face. It is a reproduction of a vintage advertisement for the George Wiedemann Brewing Company of Newport, KY, circa the 1880s. Our cards are all 5 x 7 inches, (unfolded they measure 7 x
Photos: Thirty-Three Vintage Advertisements from *Vanity Fair*’s Jazz Age Period
From Hennessy and Listerine to Lucky Strike and Whitman’s Chocolates, look back at the amazing ad visuals and copywriting from 1913 through 1936.