Frank Horvat. “Au Chien Qui Fume, Les Halles”. 1957. Paris, France. (Jardin des Modes).
Miles Better from our last session today at Elbankvillagestudio..
Capt Fawcett providing grooming products.
SO yeah, this is what I’m aiming for…
Alphonse Mucha — Primrose and Feather (1899)
Milicent Patrick (1915 - 1998).
Born Mildred Elizabeth Fulvia di Rossi, Milicent Patrick is one of many Hollywood unsung artists. She is the mind that created from scratch such iconic monsters as the mutants in “This Island Earth”, all the masks in “Abbott and Costello Meet Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde”, the Mole People from the film of the same name, and created the Xenomorph for “It Came from Outer Space”.
But her biggest success was the design and creation of one of the most iconic cinematic monsters of all time, the Gill-Man from “The Creature From the Black Lagoon”.
In 1932, Dr. Archibald Purves from England designed the Dynasphere. He believed that one huge wheel encompassing five passengers was far more efficient than a car with four wheels. The biggest issue was that it steered quite poorly. (via)