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Les “Timbres” de 

Ōta Saburō 太田三郎 (1950 -1971). 

Né en 1950, Yamagata 山形. Il est diplômé du département d'ingénierie de l'école technique industrielle de Tsuruoka 鶴岡 en 1971.
Dans sa série “d’après-guerre” Il travaille avec le concept des timbres postaux.  Au début, il utilisa de vrais timbres, mais il commença bientôt à façonner les siens…

Exposition Internationale des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels Modernes, 1925. Robert Bonfils. Imprimerie de Vangirand, Paris.

Bonfils designed one of the four official posters to advertise the 1925 Parisian exhibition, from which the term “Art Deco” was derived. His image, in the style of a woodcut, is a classical allegory of a young girl frolicking in the woods with a gazelle. Above them is a stylized rose which was one of the symbols of the exhibition.

Structure et ossature

Montreal, Quebec, Canada

vividlasagna  asked:

question: was there as much of a coherent ideology behind art deco as there was behind modernism? and if so what was it?

Art Deco is a style not an ideology like Modernism.

Radio City Hall in New York City

The term “Art Deco” comes from the Exposition Internationale des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels Modernes (International Exposition of Modern Industrial and Decorative Arts), the World’s fair held in Paris, France from April to October 1925. It was derived by shortening the words “Arts Décoratifs” in the title of the exposition.

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