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Vintage Postcards from Vanity Fair: One Hundred Classic Covers (Anglais) Cartes – 28 novembre 2011


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Vanity Fair magazine was launched in 1913 by the publishing magnate Condé Nast.Graydon Carter has been the editor of the magazine since 1992.



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  • Cartes: 100 pages
  • Editeur : Particular Books; Édition : Pos (3 novembre 2011)
  • Collection : PARTICULAR PB
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1846144671
  • ISBN-13: 978-1846144677
  • Dimensions du produit: 7 x 10,8 x 17,1 cm
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (1 commentaire client)
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Par Simon Patricia TOP 500 COMMENTATEURSVOIX VINE le 10 avril 2013
Format: Cartes Achat vérifié
Je les utilise pour l'encadrement,et ces cartes sont magnifiques,et d'un coût très avantageux.La qualité de l'impression,le carton assez épais sont parfaits,je recommande chaudement!
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Lovely Set for Writers 3 mars 2012
Par Tresart - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Cartes Achat vérifié
Excellent set of postcards for writers, fashion lovers, and people interested in history of magazine covers... Postcards are ever so slightly smaller than standard size, but very colorful and beautiful illustrations. I would buy set again.
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Gorgeous postcards, perfect for keeping up 27 septembre 2012
Par Summer Kinard - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Cartes Achat vérifié
I used to luxuriate in long letters to friends and letters. Then I had children, and postcards are about all I can manage these days. Compromise? Luxurious postcards! These beauties fit the bill, and they were absurdly inexpensive, especially considering the high quality.

Art Deco and the playful illustrations of the 1920s have always appealed to me, so I guessed I would like this set. What I couldn't tell from the photos is that the front of these are coated, but the back is not. Perfect for writing with a regular pen! Sometimes one finds that the more beautiful postcards require a permanent marker pen for writing. (Here's my hint to you would-be postcard writers: turn the card sideways to write your message. You'll have a bit more room than if you try to parallel your text with the address.)

I received these yesterday and have already snuck time to write out three of them! Very glad I bought two boxes.
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Charming high art and style, 1913-1936 4 mai 2013
Par Allen Smalling - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Cartes Achat vérifié
From before World War I to the middle of the New Deal, the covers of Condé Nast's magazine VANITY FAIR offered a running commentary on contemporary art, style and politics, much like today's NEW YORKER covers but perhaps a little "artier" in tone. Fashionably attired nymphs cavort near backyard gazebos -- the "Smart Set" sets out in evening clothes to do the town red -- a surrealistic mortarboard and spectacles draped over the Capitol dome symbolize the marriage of "brains and government" under F.D.R.: such cards are a delight just to look at and a regular education in the significance of the times. I am sure my friends will enjoy receiving these, old-school, bearing a stamp, courtesy of the USPS' snail mail. The cards are not really undersized but the size of standard picture postcards until about 15 years ago, and a little larger than the prepaid P.O. jobs even today. As with any good picture postcard, it is indicated where to write, where to address, and where to put the stamp, but an extra measure of visual style figures in because even the instructions are printed in appropriately archaic typefaces. The card surface is ideal for writing: off-white, stiff and not at all "slick"; that is, very porous whether you're writing in pencil, gel, ballpoint or fountain pen. The reproductions are not as crisp as we moderns are used to, probably the drawback of a printing style that so well mimics the rotrogravure/lithographic techniques of the interwar period. (Also true to the era, no borderless "bleeds" and of course, no photos.) At less than a quarter apiece, these art cards are a good deal cheaper than the kind that come in books of a dozen or two. Although they were commissioned and produced by Penguin, nothing on the cards or the highly attractive and sturdy keepsake box indicates they were manufactured anywhere other than the USA. "Style," opines a savant in Paul Fussell's book CLASS, "is for us what is outmoded, perished, lost." For someone like that, these VINTAGE POSTCARDS FROM VANITY FAIR would make an ideal present.
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Beautiful vintage artwork 7 août 2013
Par Talia - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Cartes Achat vérifié
I'm a member of postcrossing.com and send out several postcards to locations around the world every month. I love being able to send these beautiful cards to people. The artwork is lovely, and I almost always receive compliments on them when the receiver registers them on the site.

They're also made of a thick cardstock with a matte finish. The weight is pleasing and the texture divine!
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I want the book ... with text 30 juin 2012
Par Stephen E. Burklund - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Cartes Achat vérifié
I am delighted with this collection of period magazine covers but wish there was a companion booklet with an overview of the various artists. The webpage for the Conde Nast store allows one to select covers and then bring up the artist bio for a few of the artists but that is tedious process and no bio is provdided for many of the artists. It becomes a tedious process to do web searches on all the artists.
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