Below is the photography of Aaron Dyer. Aaron's work is a fresh and modern take on the photography found in the 50s and 60s issues of the great fashion magazines, Vogue and Harper's Bazaar. Amazing work, Aaron.
A complete set of Time Life: The Good Cook cookbooks. 23 total. Including: Cakes, Beef and Veal, Breads, Eggs and Cheese, Wine, Sauces, Salads, Poultry, Pork, Pies and Pastries, Candy, Cookies and Crackers, and more.
This was given to me as a gift several years ago. It is VISIONAIRE NO. 20: COMME DES GARCONS (1997) edited by Rei Kawakubo, who selected 13 fashion photographers (including Bruce Weber, Philip-Lorca DiCorcia, Karl Lagerfeld) to document her favorite pieces from the previous 12 years. Included is a dress pattern by Ms. Kawakubo.
This is a 1930 flapper fashion scrapbook kept by Zelma Palmer for her Related Art II class, dated December 3, 1930. The pages have clippings from magazines and pencil hand-writing describing complexion combinations; the lines of an outfit; neckline styles; proportion; emphasis and color harmonics.
Stella #4, is a Fanzine by Nadja Aebi, Nicole Bachmann and Maja Tackett with contributors Patricia Bucher, Alice Cantaluppi Anneliese Coste, Judith Düsberg, Kyle Field, Florian Germann, Marica Gojevic, Véronique Hoegger, Katja Jug, Koichi Tabata, Sandi Kozjek, Elke aus dem Moore. This issue includes CD with poems and songs.
This is another find by J.P. Williams. I believe this came from France. A clever, little booklet of manipulated quadrille pages. The early pages start out with very subtle alterations to the lines and as you get through the book they get more and more exaggerated.
Graph Stamp Set. Set of three 3" x 3" stamps includes: two rectangular coordinate stamps, (100 blocks per square inch and 16 blocks per square inch) and one polar coordinate (pattern consists of 6 concentric circles). Price $11.75