Behold- the most gorgeous cars of the Art Deco era and we want all of them
The Art Deco movement influenced design and marketing in many
different industries in the 1930s, and the motor industry was no
the 1930s, when most folks couldn’t even afford to put food on the
table, upscale car makers turned out luxury vehicles with incredible
features. Some of these features, like front-wheel drive and electric
wipers, were ahead of their time.
Most of all, a huge leap forward
in style. Aerodynamics, Streamlining, and Art Deco all collided into
beautiful sheetmetal shapes. War was looming, but Europe was having an
influence on our designers as well, with rolling sculptures from Alfa
Romeo, Bugatti, Talbot, and Delahaye making headlines and turning heads
around the world.
1929, the American automobile industry, suffered a hard blow because of
the economical depression which started with the crash on Wall Street
in October 1929. The years 1931 and 1932 were very hard for the American
There were not so many 1930s cars sales as
during the 1920s, because of the depression, but the face lift, styling
and design of a car was a very important invention to attract new
buyers. The gloomy (chromed) and streamline styled cars were very
typical for the end of the 1930s.
Right, so some testing shots for today. I’ve got myself a windows laptop for a couple of weeks. Just borrowed it from a friend of mine. And, yeah, I was able to lay my hands on a new version of Thyme, with some heavy in game terrain editing. This is a random set up, just to see how this road slope piece works. It definitely needs a ‘uneven road’ sign, with all these lowpoly bumps, lol
Continuing the delve into back numbers of Deutsche Kunst und Dekoration, the German periodical of art and decoration. Volume 11 covers the period from October 1902 to March 1903, and is almost solely devoted to the many design exhibits from the Prima Esposizione Internazionale d’Arte Decorativa Moderna, a major exposition held in Turin in the summer of 1902. As with the Secession work in the previous edition, many of the featured pieces here are familiar from books about the art and design of the period but DK&D shows them in greater detail. Peter Behrens’ vestibule (above) is one of these, a very advanced design which looks ahead to the stylisations of Art Deco.
** Kylie Jenner recently released her birthday collection earlier this month and although we’ve released the entire collection, it wouldn’t be complete without gifting my amazing supporters the actual makeup bag! **
The bag comes in two versions, standing or lying down, and can be found under the “plants” category & is a recolor of this mesh(You need it!)